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Andy Woodring

Associate Professor of Theology
Email: andywoodring@letu.edu
Phone: (903) 233-3374

Andy Woodring has been teaching as Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at LeTourneau University since 1998. He specializes in teaching Christian theology and worldview and church history. His wife, Barbara, is an accomplished classical musician who works locally as both a teacher and a performer. He has three children: Ben, 22, Tim, 21, and Bethany, 17. Woodring loves to help students grow in their understanding and application of the Bible through his teaching. He also loves golf and serves as the LeTourneau University golf coach.

Education
B.A., Harvard University (1976). Major: History.
M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1980). Major: Pastoral Ministry.
Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (1999). Major: Historical Theology.

Publications
“Developing a More Objective Model for Evaluating Theological Debate: An Examination of the Possibility of Caricature in John Wesley's Interaction with James Hervey.” Dissertation. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1999.

Professional Activities
Evangelical Theological Society
Society of Biblical Literature
American Association of Religion
Council of Christian Colleges and Universities--Conference on Justice and Global Witness (1999)

Personal Statement
“Although my LeTourneau University experience is relatively brief when compared to the careers of many of the other professors here, it has been a wonderful eleven years so far and I look forward to many more. It is exciting for me to teach at an institution where my personal philosophy of education fits so closely with the mission and philosophy of the school. My heart and passion is to teach with “whole person learning” as the goal. I just love it when I see students begin to realize how the Scriptures impact every area of their lives and they get excited about understanding and applying God's Word. I have been blessed seeing students respond positively to this concept, both in the classroom and in the personal relationships that I have been privileged to make with my students.”

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