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About Ranko Stefanovic

Ranko Stefanovic holds a PhD in the area of New Testament with an emphasis on the book of Revelation. Prior to joining the faculty at Andrews University, he served for eighteen years as an ordained SDA minister in his home country of what used to be Yugoslavia. After a contract teaching for a year and a half in the SDA Theological Seminary, he moved to Canadian University College, Canada, where he taught and chaired the Department of Religious Studies from 1996-1999. From 1999-2009, he taught at the Department of Religion, Andrews University where he also chaired the department in the period from 2006-2009. In 2009, he moved to the SDA Theological Seminary where he is currently teaching in the New Testament Department.

Stefanovic has presented scholarly papers at professional societies including Society of Biblical Literature, Chicago Society for Biblical Research, Adventist Society for Religious Studies, and Adventist Theological Society. In addition to numerous scholarly and popular articles, he has authored Revelation of Jesus Christ, a 670-page commentary on the book of Revelation, which is the standard textbook in many Adventist colleges and universities,and his most recent book Plain Revelation: A Reader’s Introduction to the Apocalypse. He also authored the Sabbath School Quarterly Lessons for January-March 2019. He wrote commentaries on 2 Thessalonians and Revelation for the upcoming Andrews Bible Commentary, and the commentary on Romans for New International SDA Commentary. He did numerous programs on 3ABN television network including a 26-program series on Matthew and a 26-one-hour-program series on the book of Revelation. He is a sought-after speaker and lecturer at symposiums, seminars, workers meetings, camp meetings, and various gatherings across the globe.

Positions

1999 - Present Professor of New Testament, Andrews University New Testament Department
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Education

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MA, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies
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PhD, Andrews University
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BTh, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies
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Contact Information

Office Location: Seminary Hall N126
Phone: (269) 471-3245

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Articles (11)

Books (9)

Book Contributions (7)