Associate Professor of Islamic Studies; Vernon D. and Jeannette Davidson Chair of Missions; Director of the Islamic Studies Program
Bachelor of Commerce, Rhodes University, 1985; post-graduate Diploma in Education, 1986; M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2001; Ph.D., University of South Africa, 2013
Dr. Sieberhagen serves as associate professor of Islamic studies and director of the master of arts in Islamic studies program. Prior to his service at Southwestern, Dr. Sieberhagen was an IMB missionary in central Asia for over a decade. He is passionate about training others to reach the unreached peoples of the world with the gospel.
Dr. Sieberhagen has contributed a chapter on “Church and Culture” for a forthcoming book on Church Revitalization. Dr. Sieberhagen is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and has presented at the national conference. He has contributed book reviews for the Southwestern Journal of Theology, and he contributes regular blog posts to “Theological Matters” on the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s website.
Dr. Sieberhagen and his family are members of Hulen Street Church. He was and remains an active sportsman, having played soccer, rugby, tennis, cricket and golf at a competitive level.
We've been looking forward to this day all summer. There's nothing quite like the hustle and bustle of the first day of classes.
What are you most looking forward to this semester?
Three days of activities, orientations, introductions, and fun and games filled the #SWBTS and @TXBaptCollege official kickoff of the new academic year with New Student Orientation, August 10-12, as new students prepared for the new academic year.
Here at #SWBTS, we are committed to training even the smallest of Southwesterners. That starts with the Southwestern Music Academy through @SWBTSMusic.
You can register your child for one of the many music classes offered this semester at http://swbts.edu/sma.
What better way to beat the Texas heat than a friendly game of Slip-n-Slide Kickball?
We think it's safe to say this semester is going to be a good one!
As we begin the final day of New Student Orientation, we are so excited to see how the Lord uses each of these students during their time on Seminary Hill.