Here is an interview I did with Dr. Martin Pohlmann, president of the Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa. He answers two questions about what American pastors and PhD's need to know about theological education in Southern Africa.
Rusty Osborne serves as Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri. He is pursuing a Ph.D. in Old Testament at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is passionate about cultivating a love for the Old Testament within the international church community. Before moving to Missouri with his wife Sara and three children: Sophia, Eleanor, and Moses, he served as a missionary and faculty member at the Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary in Cameroon, West Africa. He has also taught with Training Leaders International in Nairobi, Kenya. Both he and Sara love the outdoors, running, and missions. Rusty particularly enjoys fly fishing.