Dr. Antipas L. Harris

Dr. Antipas L. Harris

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Dr. Antipas is a public theologian, leader, scholar, author, and public speaker. He is passionately engaged in reimagining the role of faith in the public square and the formation of future leaders for the church and the world. His leadership experience is multifaceted and spans theological education, the church, and the community. He understands truth, love, justice, grace, and mercy as central to Christian identity and apex for effective public witness. 

Over the last 18 years, Harris has taught at various universities and theological schools, including Sacred Heart University, New York Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, Portland Theological Seminary, Vanguard University, Virginia Christian College, and Regent University. While working at Regent University, he held an administrative position and was a tenured associate professor. He was named the 2019-2020 prestigious Moen Preaching Chair at North Central University. Harris currently teaches courses in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Old Dominion University.

Ways to support your Organization

Dr. Antipas lectures and offers ministry consulting services. If your church, community organization, business, or faith-based theological institution needs developmental support, let us know. We want to ensure your organization thrives!

  • Christian Education
  • Church-based theological Institutions
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Accreditation Team Coordination
  • Businesses and Community Organizations
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • “Teachers are those who help find strengths, wipe away tears, overpower demons and conquer fears.” Unknown


    Harris Convenes the 2nd Oxford Colloquy @ New College

    Harris Convenes the 2nd Oxford Colloquy @ New

    Our Oxford Colloquy debuted in 2023. From March 20 – 24, 2023, the URC partnered with the former Dietrich Bonhoeffer Institute to hold the first Oxford

    Urban Youth: Neglected, Alone, and Fending for themselves

    Urban Youth: Neglected, Alone, and Fending for themselves

    I can’t stop thinking about this heartbreaking experience! But I should not act like it’s new. This heartbreak is ongoing. Youth have fewer and fewer

    Whose Religion is it?

    Whose Religion is it?

    The question is, is Christianity the white man’s religion? But it’s not a new question. In this generation, there’s renewed and growing suspicion about religion

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