Prof. Elizabeth Mburu is the Langham Literature regional coordinator for Africa. She also serves as an adjunct associate professor of New Testament and Greek at International Leadership University, Africa International University and Pan Africa Christian University.
She pursued her doctoral studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, USA. Currently she teaches Greek, New Testament Studies, Hermeneutics and Worldview Studies.
She is also actively involved in research and publishing in the same areas and is particularly interested in developing intercultural models in Hermeneutics. She serves on the editorial teams of the Africa Bible Commentary and the Africa Society for Evangelical Theology. She is a curriculum evaluator for the Association of Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA).
She is married to Caxton and they have three adult children.
At ABTEN 2019, Dr. Mburu spoke on the topic of “Regaining our Theological Voice.”