C. Colt Anderson


Dr. C. Colt Anderson

E-mailanderson@wtu.edu
Address6896 Laurel Street
NW, WA 20012
Phone800-334-9922
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Associate Professor, Washington Theological Union

B.S., University of Georgia,
M.A., University of Georgia,
Ph.D., Marquette University,

Colt Anderson is a theologian and church historian who has spent most of his career looking at the intersection between three areas of concern: the communication of the Gospel (evangelization), how to reform the church, and the importance of an eschatological perspective for Christian life. After spending several years as a scriptwriter and film producer, he has tried to find ways to recover the proper place of narrative in theology as a means to communicate the Catholic tradition to contemporary people. His publications have concentrated on ways to heal the growing divisions among members of the Catholic Church by drawing upon models of leadership from historical figures such as Gregory the Great, Peter Damian, Bernard of Clairvaux, Bonaventure, and others. Anderson has focused his research on the origins of the Franciscan movement as a means to understand the important development of lay ministry in the Church. He lectures nationally on issues related to spirituality, ecclesial reform, and evangelization.

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