Finny Philip, based in the city of Udaipur, is serving as the principal of the Filadelfia Bible College, a leading graduate school of theology in North India with over a thousand five hundred graduates. Well-known for his keen insights into the message of the Scripture, Dr. Finny Philip completed his PhD in New Testament from the University of Durham under the mentorship of esteemed New Testament scholar, James D.G. Dunn. His academic works include The Origins of Pauline Pneumatology (Mohr-Siebeck, WUNT Series), and he has served as one of the theological editors for the recently published South Asia Biblical Commentary: A One Volume Commentary on the Whole Bible (Open Door Publications, 2015). Dr. Philip is the Mission Director for the Filadelfia Fellowship Church of India, which has a network of 1,600 churches, and serves as pastor of the Rajasthan Pentecostal Church. Apart from other national responsibilities, he also serves as the regional director (RD) for The Lausanne Movement, and as the editor and director for Christian Trends, a bi-monthly magazine that tries to bring evangelical Christian thinking and writing at a popular level.
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