B.A./B. Architecture, Syracuse University; M.Div., Columbia Biblical Seminary & Graduate School of Missions; Th.D., Toronto School of Theology
When John Harvey joined the SSM faculty in 1992, it marked the beginning of his formal teaching experience, but not the beginning of his connection with Columbia International University. After working for nine and a half years as an architect in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, he entered CIU's SSM in 1983 to begin work on a Master of Divinity degree. When he completed his studies in 1986 he remained in Columbia for two years to work at CIU as a Faculty Assistant. He later served as a Teaching Fellow at CIU's SSM for one year immediately prior to joining the faculty.
Dr. Harvey is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the Society of Biblical Literature. He has written book reviews for the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society as well as contributing articles to a number of theological dictionaries.
Dr. Harvey is ordained as a teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church in America. During 1998-99, he and his wife, Anita, lived in Germany, while he served as Interim Dean of the SSM site in Korntal, Germany.
B.A./B. Architecture, 1974, Syracuse University; M.Div., 1986, Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions; Th.D., 1997, Toronto School of Theology; Faculty Assistant, 1986-88, Columbia Biblical Seminary; Teaching assistant, 1989-91, Wycliffe College (Toronto); Teaching fellow, 1991-92, Columbia Biblical Seminary. Interim Dean, CBS-Korntal, 1998-99. CIU Seminary & School of Missions, 1992.