James D. Noble

James D. Noble
Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Interim Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion

Doctor of Philosophy, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary

Master of Divinity, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary

Bachelor of Arts, Arkansas Baptist College

jnoble@andersonuniversity.edu

(864) 231-2165

What classes do you teach at Anderson

Preaching, Introduction to Ministry, Leadership in Ministry, and Biblical Worldview

What year did you start teaching at AU

2016

Why teach at AU?

I wanted to teach at a university committed to employing a diverse faculty and becoming a true reflection of the body of Christ. I love teaching the truth of God’s Word without compromise and helping people come to a full understanding of the Bible so they can live and serve Christ wholeheartedly.

Hobbies

Reading, travel, soccer, and table tennis

Notable achievements outside of discipline

I am a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.

People might be interested to know I...

I played soccer and served as a coach for more than 15 years.

What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?

I love and appreciate that the mission and vision of Anderson University is to be a Christ-centered community with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.

How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?

The Bible is alive and my approach to teaching is lively with discussion and interaction, as I seek to infect students with my own passion for God’s Word.

Publications

Noble, James David. 2009. “Preaching to the Great Multitude: An Examination of the Impact of Multi-ethnicity in Select Evangelical Congregations in America” (ProQuest Dissertations)