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Thomas M. Stallter

Thomas M. Stallter

Thomas M. Stallter

Thomas M. Stallter is Professor of Intercultural Studies and executive director of the GTS Center for Korean Studies. Stallter has a heart for the world and for preparing others to reach out to those of other cultural worldviews. Whether teaching cultural anthropology or world religions or even methods of social research, his real intention is to prepare students for the impact of culture on relationships and ministry. “Relating to real people in a multicultural world with a relevant message that touches both felt needs and spiritual needs is our part in the mission of God.” After 18 years of service in Africa, he has now served 18 plus years at Grace College & Seminary preparing others to take his place. “Penetrating worldviews with God’s love and grace is our purpose. His love for the world is our calling. His Spirit is our strength. His amazing grace in our lives is our motivation.”’

Education

  • Post-Doctoral Studies 2006 Cultural Anthropology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois
  • D.Miss. 1993 Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon
  • Th. M. 1979 Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas
  • B.A. 1974 Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana
stallttm@grace.edu