Allan Coppedge

Dr. Allan Coppedge

Address204 N. Lexington Avenue
Wilmore, KY 40390

Ralph Waldo Beeson Professor of Christian Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary

B.A., Emory University, 1965
B.D., University of Edinburgh, 1967
Th.M., Asbury Theological Seminary, 1969
Ph.D.,, University of Cambridge, 1977

Dr. Allan Coppedge is in the Ralph Waldo Beeson Chair of Christian Theology. He has been a member of the Asbury Theological Seminary faculty since 1977.

He received a B.A. at Emory University, 1965; a B.D. from the University of Edinburgh, 1967; a Th.M. at Asbury Theological Seminary, 1969; and a Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge, 1977.

He has a vast range of experience in and out of the classroom. Prior to joining the Asbury Seminary faculty, Dr. Coppedge served as academic dean and professor of Old Testament at the Biblical Theological Seminary of Colombia, South America, where he was under appointment as a missionary with OMS International.

Dr. Coppedge is an elder in the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church, has experience as a pastor in both Georgia and Kentucky and has preached extensively in Central and South America, as well as in Scotland and England. He is the founder and president of the Barnabas Foundation, an organization founded to promote discipleship ministries in seminaries, colleges, local churches and mission organizations. He is also founding director of the Francis Asbury Society. Dr. Coppedge frequently preaches at retreats, camp meetings and special meetings. He has written several books, including The Biblical Principles of Discipleship (Zondervan).

Dr. Coppedge and his wife, Beth, have four grown children.

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