Doon Theological Journal is published by

Luther W. New Jr. Theological College
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Chief Editor:   Simon Samuel  
     
Managing Editor:   Sam Thomas
     
Book Review Editor:   Santhosh J. Sahayadoss
     
Associate Editors:   Mohan Chacko
     
    Matthew Ebenezer
     
    T. S. Sam
     
    Paluri Wilson
     

Simon Samuel B.A. and M.A. (History), University of Kerala, India, 1975-1980; B.D., Serampore University (Union Biblical Seminary), India, 1988; M.Th. Serampore University (United Theological College), India, 1992; M.Phil. Coventry University, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, UK, 1997; Ph.D., Sheffield University, UK, 2002.
Simon Samuel was interested in law and teaching before turning to theology. He is Professor of New Testament Studies and Christian Origins, and Principal at the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College, Dehradun, India. He has published articles in Biblical Interpretation and Doon Theological Journal. His book, entitled A Postcolonial Reading of Mark’s Story of Jesus has been published by T & T Clark (2007). His area of interest is Christian Origin, New Testament, and Postcolonial Studies. He is currently working on “Postcolonial Reading of Paul.” He is an ordained minister of Christian Evangelistic Assemblies. Email: ssthadathil@yahoo.com

 
Sam Thomas B.Sc. (Chemistry), Pune University, 1997-2001; B.D., Luther W. New Jr. Theological College, Dehradun, India, 2001-2005; M.Th. (Christian Theology), Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute, Chennai, India, 2007-2009.
Sam Thomas worked as a teacher for two years at Mount Carmel Christian Academy, Narendra Nagar before his M.Th. studies in Chennai. After the completion of his master degree, he has joined New Theological College as a lecturer in Christian Theology. Email: samthomaspune@gmail.com
 

Santhosh Sahayadoss B.A. (English Literature), Madras University, India, 1990; B.D., Serampore University (United Theological College), India, 1994; M.Th. (Christian Theology), Serampore University (Gurukul Theological College), India, 1999; Ph.D., Regensburg University, Germany, 2006.

Santhosh Sahayadoss has joined the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College after several years of pastoral ministry in the Tamil Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chennai and teaching at Madras Bible Seminary, Chennai, India. Sahayadoss’ area of interest and expertise is in Luther Studies. His book, Martin Luther on Social and Political Issues: His Relevance for the Church and Society in India has been published by Peter Lang, Frankfurt, Germany, 2006. He is an ordained minister of Tamil Evangelical Lutheran Church. Email: sanruthy2001@hotmail.com
 

Mohan Chacko B.Sc. (Biology), University of Kerala , India, 1972; B.R.E., Reformed Bible College , USA , 1975; M. Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, USA, 1978; M. M., Reformed Theological Seminary, USA, 1978; Th.M., Calvin Theological Seminary, USA, 1979; Drs., Free University of Amsterdam, 1980; Dr. Theol., Free University of Amsterdam, 2000.

Mohan Chacko is Principal and Professor of Theology and Mission at the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Dehradun, India. He is also an ordained minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of India. He has been active in the work of Asia Theological Association (India), and served as its first Chairman. He has contributed theological articles in journals and books published in India and overseas. His publications include Interpreting Society: A Study of the Political Theology of M. M. Thomas and I Want to Know God: An Asian Catechism. Email: mohanchacko@ptsindia.com
 

Matthew Ebenezer B. Th., Serampore University (Allahabad Bible Seminary), India, 1979; B.D., Serampore University (Union Biblical Seminary), India, 1981; M.Th., (Practical Theology), Korea Theological Seminary, Pusan, South Korea, 1987; Ph. D. (Historical Theology) Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 1998.

Matthew Ebenezer is Adjunct Professor of Church History and Practical Theology (since 2000) at the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College, Dehradun, India. He served as teacher and Vice Principal of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Dehradun for over twenty years until 2004. As Country Director of Mission to the World (MTW), Sri Lanka, he coordinated tsunami relief efforts in the island in 2006-2007. His doctoral dissertation American Presbyterians and Islam in India is available through University Microfilms International (UMI) database of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has published What the Apostles Believed: A Devotional Commentary through Authentic Media (OM Books), Hyderabad, India, 2007. Email: matthew.ebenezer@gmail.com
 

T. S. Sam B.A. (English Literature), Banares Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 1977; M.A. (English Literature), Banares Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 1979; B. D., Serampore University (United Theological College), India, 1999; Th.M. (New Testament), Gordon Cornwell Theological Seminary), MA, USA, 2006.
T. S. Sam was a pioneer missionary, Bible teacher, and administrator in North India for over 20 years prior to joining the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College as Lecturer of New Testament. He was also involved in pastoral ministry for four years in Bangalore, South India. Sam is one of the recipients of the most distinguished student award of Interpretation for Biblical Studies. Email: tss_ntc05@yahoo.com

 

Paluri Wilson B.Sc. (Chemistry), Pune University, India, 1995; B. D., Serampore University (Union Biblical Seminary), India, 2001; M.Th. (Hinduism), Serampore University (Bishop’s College), India, 2005.

Paluri Wilson was involved in pastoral ministry and was Lecturer in Religions at Calcutta Bible College, Kolkota, India, before he was appointed as Lecturer in Religions at the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College. In addition to teaching, he is heading the Department of Publications at the Luther W. New Jr. Theological College and also oversees the publication of Doon Theological Journal. Email: wilsonpaluri@hotmail.com
 
 
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