Intercultural Cognitive-Emotional Communication Skills Inventory
BA, Theology minor in Biblical Languages, Antillean College; MA, Hebrew Scriptures & Archaeology, Andrews University; MEd, EdD, Cultural Psychology & Anthropology, Harvard University
Raised in a Puerto Rican household where he was persecuted for his Christian beliefs, Dr. Ramírez-Johnson has a passion for missiology refined by fire. With training in human development and cultural psychology—and church planting experience—as professor of anthropology he teaches practical theology research methods that aim at facilitating the gospel’s work among the unreached from inner cities to remote outposts. Students leave his classes with theological, social science, and spiritual tools for contextualized missional engagement.