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Dr. Steve Sullivan

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Chair, Ministry Skills Department; Senior Professor

  • B.S. University of Oklahoma
  • Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (Historical Theology)
  • D.Min., Dallas Theological Seminary (Pastoral Ministries)
  • Ph.D., University of Wales (Biblical and Theological Studies)
  • Post-doctoral research, Tyndale House, Cambridge (2008, 2013)

Bio

Dr. Steve Sullivan is Chairman of the Ministry Skills department and Professor at CBS where he teaches Bible, theology and ministry skill courses. He was a pastor for 20 years and taught as an adjunct faculty at CBS from 1992 until 1998 when he became a full-time professor.

Steve has been published in Christian periodicals; is the author of an article in the Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, wrote articles for the “Theological Dictionary” section of the Ankerberg Theological Research Institute. He is also a co-author of a chapter, “The Call of the Church to Community Development,” in the Faith-Based Affordable Housing Development and Finance Resource Guide produced by Fannie Mae. Steve was awarded the Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2003, 2004 and 2005. He is a member of the Pre-Trib Study Group, Evangelical Theological Society, the Society of Biblical Literature, Tyndale House in Cambridge and Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics.

Steve holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (1973) from the University of Oklahoma. He is a registered pharmacist in Texas and is licensed in Oklahoma as a Doctor of Pharmacy. He also earned a Master of Theology (1979) and Doctor of Ministry degrees (2000) from Dallas Theological Seminary. He received his Ph.D. degree in Theological and Biblical Studies at the University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Steve preaches and teaches at churches, conferences, banquets and Bible studies and is involved with one-on-one discipleship with students and other men. He serves as an ethical consultant to a medical institution review board and is a member of the board of Dr. Jobe Martin’s Biblical Discipleship Ministry. Steve and his wife, Vicki, were married in 1975. They have two grown sons, Samuel and his wife Stephanie who lives in New Mexico and Andrew and his wife Debby and daughter who live in California.

Publications

  • Sullivan, Steve P. (May 2003), Is It Right To Fight,@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (February 2002), How Should We Understand Man? Part 3 (Romans 2:6-11)@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (August 2002), How Should We Understand Man? Part 3 (Paul=s Anthropology from Romans 1-3, Part 4) Romans 2:11-13@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (January 2001), The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 4@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (April 2001), How Should We Understand Man? Part 1@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (May 2001), How Should We Understand Man? Part 2@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (September 2001), How Should We Understand Man? Part 3@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Anderson, Robert & Steve P. Sullivan (2001), Introduction: A Call of Faith-Based Organizations to Community Development,@ Faith-Based Affordable Housing Development and Finance Resource Guide, pp. 1-4.
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (June 2000), The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 1@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (August 2000), The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 2@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (October 2000), The Nature of the Atonement: How Should One View the Cross? Part 3@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org)
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (November 1999), Substitution,@ The Ankerberg Theological Research Institute (www.johnankerberg.org) Sullivan, Steve P. (1996), APsalm 22,@ Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, ed. Mal Couch, pp. 324-25.
  • Sullivan, Steve P. (1996), Psalm 89,@ Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, ed. Mal Couch, pp. 325-26.