Barnett and Fuller Join College of
Christian Studies at Anderson University
of Christian Studies at Anderson University has added two experienced pastors
as the two newest members of its growing faculty.
Dr. Kris Barnett is joining AU as assistant professor of Christian ministry and
will serve as Associate Dean for the Clamp Graduate School of Christian
Ministry. In his new role, Barnett will be responsible for teaching primarily
graduate courses in ministry studies, leadership and hermeneutics as well as
helping with assessment and administrative responsibilities for the graduate
Dr. Chuck Fuller comes to AU as Assistant Professor of Christian Studies. He
will teach on a wide range of subjects, with a particular focus on ministry
studies, leadership, and related areas.
“These two new faculty members bring nearly two decades of pastoral experience
to their task, in addition to outstanding academic credentials,” said Michael
Duduit, dean of the College of Christian Studies. “They will be critical assets
as Anderson University’s College of Christian Studies continues to develop as
one of the region’s outstanding centers for ministry education.”
Barnett is a graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a
Master of Divinity in Biblical Languages (2001) and a PhD in theology with a
concentration in preaching (2008). Prior to joining Anderson, Barnett served as
pastor to three different churches; the most recent was East Pickens Baptist
Church in Pickens, S.C.
Fuller is a graduate of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master
of Divinity and PhD in Christian preaching with additional studies in
systematic theology and philosophy. Before arriving at Anderson, he served as
pastor at Bethany Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky., and adjunct professor of
Christian preaching at Boyce College at Southern. He has more than 13 years of
The College of Christian Studies, which includes The
David T. Clamp Graduate School of Christian Ministry, is located at Anderson
University, a fully-accredited university affiliated with the South Carolina
Baptist Convention. The university is located in the city of Anderson in the
Upstate region of South Carolina, approximately two hours from Atlanta or
Charlotte. Visit auministry.com for more information.