Dr. Andrew Wakefield was named Dean of Campbell University Divinity School in July 2010. Dean Wakefield also teaches New Testament Greek, New Testament survey courses, and courses on the writings of the New Testament. His doctoral dissertation, Where to Live: The Hermeneutical Significance of Paul’s Citations from Scripture in Galatians 3: 1-14, was published by Brill Academic Publisher and the Society of Biblical Literature. Dean Wakefield has completed a textbook for the study of New Testament Greek and is writing a commentary on the book of Galatians.
He has served as an interim pastor, preacher, and guest teacher in North Carolina Baptist churches. Currently he is serving as the coordinator for Baptist Fellowship of Angier, a mission church focused on ministry with children and families in an economically depressed area of Angier, NC. Dean Wakefield’s hobbies include woodworking, computers, fishing, metalworking, and cooking. He and his wife, Olivia, have two children.
- BA, Wake Forest University
- MDiv, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- PhD, Duke University
- Ordained Baptist Minister
- Named Dean of Divinity School, 2010
- Lewis Edward and Martha Barnes Tyner Chair of Bible
- Society for Biblical Literature
- National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion
- Where to Live: The Hermeneutical Significance of Paul's Citations of Scripture in Galatians 3:10-14. SBLABib. Atlanta: SBL/Leiden: Brill, 2003
- Romans 9-11: The Sovereignty of God and the Status of Israel, Review and Expositor 100.1 (Winter 2003): 65-80.
- A Word About Bible Study Software, Review and Expositor 104.1 (Winter 2007): 19-26.
- What Happens When We Pray? Review and Expositor 104.4 (Fall 2007): 787-809.
- Issue Editor, Review and Expositor 106.4 (Fall 2009).
- Editorial Introduction, Review and Expositor 106.4 (Fall 2009): 535-37.
- When Scripture Meets Scripture, Review and Expositor 106.4 (Fall 2009): 549-74.