Ralph R. Covell

Dr. Ralph R. Covell

Address6399 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80120

Senior Professors, Denver (Conservative Baptist) Seminary

Ph.D., University of Denver,
D.D., Denver Seminary,
Th.M., Fuller Theological Seminary,
B.Th., Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary,

Dr. Ralph Covell serves as senior professor of world Christianity. He joined the faculty in 1966 as professor of missions and assumed the role of dean in 1979. He retired from Denver Seminary in 1990.

Dr. Covell received a Ph.D. from the University of Denver, and an honorary D.D. from Denver Seminary. He earned a Th.M. from Fuller Theological Seminary, a B.Th. and a B.D. from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a B.A. from Eastern Baptist College.

He served as a missionary with CBFMS (now World Venture) in China and Taiwan for twenty years. He translated the New Testament into the language of the Sediq, a Malayo-Polynesian people living in the mountains of Taiwan, and continues to be an advisor on the nearly completed translation of the Old Testament. He also acted as translation consultant for the Bible Societies of Taiwan. He is the coauthor of An Extension Seminary Primer with Peter Wagner and has written W.A.P. Martin, Pioneer of Progress in China; Confucius, the Buddha, and Christ; A History of the Gospel in China; Mission Impossible: The Unreached Nosu on China’s Frontier; The Liberating Gospel in China: The Christian Faith Among China’s Minority Peoples; and Pentecost of the Hills in Taiwan: The Christian Faith among the Original Inhabitants.

Areas of Interest

World Christianity;

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