Russell Duke, Ph.D., began his career by teaching Bible and music at the high school level for four years. He then became a pastor to a congregation in Topeka, Kansas, before working in church administration for the Worldwide Church of God (WCG). After pastoring in Missouri for six years, Russell moved to the university classroom, teaching music, communication, and theology courses at Azusa Pacific University. He has coordinated an educational center for WCG youth, taught an array of general studies courses, and served on the General Studies Council.
Ph.D., Practical Theology, The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, Ohio
M.A.I.S., Speech Communication, University of Texas, Tyler
M.A., Theology, Ambassador College, Pasadena, California
B.A., Theology, Ambassador College, Big Sandy, Texas
- School of Theology
- Graduate School of Theology
- General Studies
- Practical Theology
- Worldwide Church of God
"The Philippian Hymn: He Emptied Himself," Reviews You Can Use, Vol. 8, No. 3.
Contributing Editor for Experiencing the Word Bible Study Guide, Plain Truth Ministries
"Transformational Leadership in the Life of the Laity," Dissertation, The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, Ohio.