Teaching Faculty in Missiology and Intercultural Ministries

Job Description
The successful candidate for this faculty position in the Department of Missiology and Intercultural Ministries (MIM) at Dallas Theological Seminary will assume the full responsibility of a tenure-track teaching professor at the DTS Dallas campus, with the possibility of courses occasionally taught at an external campus. In accordance with the mission of the Seminary and the MIM Department, this individual will seek to prepare godly servant leaders for a lifetime of study, exposition, and application of the Scriptures. MIM Department faculty members support the educational process by not only teaching but also by actively living as missionaries on and around the DTS campus and in the local community, advising students, serving on committees, addressing projects as assigned, and by assisting at strategic events.

The candidate must have a completed terminal degree (either a PhD, ThD, DMiss, or DIS, not a DMin) in missiology, intercultural studies, anthropology, or equivalents.

Teaching Specialties Areas
The Missiology and Intercultural Ministries Department exists at DTS out of a commitment to equip godly servant-leaders for the proclamation of God’s Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide. The MIM Department is more than an academic department. The foremost goal of the MIM Department at DTS is to serve as a highly effective missionary training program for our students. This includes creating an environment empowering each student:

  • to discover the mission of God as a unifying message of the Bible and develop a theology for missiological engagement for all followers of Christ regardless of geography,
  • to develop an abiding relationship with Jesus in the context of a vulnerable, safe community as a basis for evangelism and mission,
  • to demonstrate a commitment and expertise in proclaiming the good news of Jesus to any person in any context,
  • to live a life of fruitful and multiplying missiological engagement,
  • to make a consistent and encouraging contribution to global missiological dialogue.