Andrew Barron

Andrew joined with Global Scholars Canada in 2018. His passion is for ministry to under-served students and campuses, and he teaches both online and sessional classes at the Evangelical Theological College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is also adjunct faculty at Tyndale University, Wycliffe College, and Moody Bible Institute. Andrew serves with Jews for Jesus Canada as an academic in the service of Jewish Mission, and he loves to teach Jewish history and traditions to others.

Ethiopia is the most populated land-locked country in the world and the 2nd most populated nation in Africa, with over 109 million people.


TEACHING WITH GLOBAL SCHOLARS CANADA – Ethiopia

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE (ETC), Addis Ababa

  • Classical Judaism in the Gospels

Andrew traveled to ETC in 2018 to teach a sessional class, and now teaches online to students at ETC.

Andrew also teaches as adjunct faculty at TYNDALE UNIVERSITY, WYCLIFFE COLLEGE, and MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE.

  • Introduction to Judaism
  • Classical and Contemporary Judaism
  • Theology and Disability
  • Jewish Evangelism Techniques

CURRICULUM VITAE

Click here or on the image to the left for Andrew’s CV, including a list of published articles.

Enjoy his recent article The Conflicted Jewish Imagination of Joy Davidman (C.S. Lewis’ wife)


VOLUNTEER MINISTRIES

Andrew’s son has Down Syndrome and he volunteers in his vocational program.


“I was born into a Jewish Family in New York City. After my Bar Mitzvah I focused on Science and sports and attended Florida Institute of Technology to Study Astronomy and Physics. I heard the Gospel as a Graduate Student. I worked as an Aerospace Engineer for two years doing orbit design on the Space Shuttle Program but eventually felt called to ministry. Jews for Jesus trained me in Los Angeles in 1983-1986. I continued Graduate Studies with Jews for Jesus and ended up serving in South Africa, Israel, and Germany and for the past 23 years in Canada. I practice martial arts and have a 3rd degree black belt in Shotokan Karate.”