Bazzell, Pascal D.

Pascal D. Bazzell
Professor of Intercultural Theology / Mission Department Coordinator
Contact Information
M.A. in Missiology - Koinonia Theological Seminary, Davao
M.Div. - Koinonia Theological Seminary, Davao
Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies (ABD) - Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, USA

Biographical Information
Pascal D. Bazzell is Professor of Intercultural Theology and Missions Department Coordinator at Koinonia Theological Seminary, Philippines. He holds a M.A. in Mission and Master of Divinity from that institution and is a Ph.D. candidate at Fuller Theological Seminary. Originally from Switzerland, he has been a missionary in the Philippines since 1998. Serving under OMF with his wife, Kaye, and two children, they minister to various street-level communities in Davao City.

Recent publication include: ‘Towards A Creational Perspective of Poverty: Genesis 1:26-28, Image of God, and Missiological Implications’ in The Book of Genesis and Christian Theology, ed. Nathan MacDonald, Mark Elliot and and G. Macaskill (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2012); and Ecclesial Identity and the Excluded Homeless Population: A Funnel Ecclesiology as a Framework of Inclusion’ in Ecclesiology and Exclusion: Boundaries of Being and Belonging in Postmodern Times, ed. Dennis Doyle, Pascal Bazzell and Tim Fury (Orbis, Maryknowll: NY, 2012).

He has delivered academic papers at the universities of St. Andrews, Scottland; Evangelical Theological Society, San Diego; University of Dayton, Ohio; British and Irish Association for Mission Studies, Northampton; ATS Theological Forum, Manila; Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network in Assisi, Italy and Belgrade, Serbia.

Courses taught
MIS 6412 Contemporary Issues in Mission
MIS 5110 Theory and Practice of Mission
MIS 5311 Biblical Theology of Mission
MIS 5710 Missionary Life and Spirituality
MIS 7810 Doing Theology in Context