Dr. Paul B. Long, Sr. (Emeritus)

Professor of Missions Emeritus

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Wheaton College, B.A.
Columbia Theological Seminary, M.Div.
Louisville Theological Seminary, Th.M.
Fuller Theological Seminary, Ph.D.

Bio

Dr. Paul Long is Professor Emeritus of Missions. He served nearly ten years as a missionary in Africa and almost twenty years in Brazil planting churches throughout the Amazon. He holds a Ph.D. from Fuller Theological Seminary and received the Hubbard Award as the outstanding graduate that year. Dr. Long's vision made possible the establishment of a strong missions program at RTS. His rich missionary experience and deep faith have found expression in The Man in the Leather Hat. During his RTS years he has continued his missions efforts, traveling to all parts of the globe as a missionary consultant and speaker. His colorful life includes service with Merrill's Marauders in Burma during World War II, experiences which provide the backdrop for his book, Citizen Soldiers of World War II.
 
Listen to a Fall 2005 Chapel Message by Dr. Long on Acts 1:8.


Publications

Citizen Soldiers of World War II: Pacific Theater of Operations, Professional Press, 1994
Man in the Leather Hat, Baker Book House, 1987

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