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Harvey Payne

Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Lancaster Bible College; M.A. in Counseling, Denver Seminary; Psy.D., Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

Dr. Harvey Payne is currently a Co-Director of the Psy.D. Program, Associate Professor at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in Virginia and an adjunct faculty member in CIU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.  Previously, he served at CIU as the Dean for the College of Counseling, Associate Dean in Student Life and adjunct professor in the M.A Counseling program. Dr. Harvey Payne has been a clinical child and consulting psychologist in private practice in Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania. His specialization is in the evaluation and treatment of children for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, learning disabilities, social-emotional and behavioral disorders, developmental delays, and medical-related issues (e.g., pain management, adjustment to chronic illness or acquired injury). He provides agency and staff consultation, program development and staff training for various local agencies, residential facilities and schools. He has also served internationally as a consultant for the Kuwait Centre for Autism and the Oomit Corporation’s development of a center for disabled children in Astana, Kazakhstan.

B.S., Lancaster Bible College; M.A. in Counseling, Denver Seminary; Psy.D., in Clinical Psychology; Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology; APA Internship, Worcester State Hospital and University of Massachusetts Medical Center; Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Alfred I. duPont Institute, now the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.

Clinical Practice:

Cedar Ridge Counseling Services and Children's Home, Williamsport, MD, Counseling Services Director, consultant, , 1985-1986, 1986-1990; United Social and Mental Health Services, Inc., Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, CT, Windham Community Hospital, Willimantic, CT, Crisis intervention and mental health consultations, 1987-1988; Human Resource Institute (Franklin, MA), nursing home consultant, 1988-1990; Private Practice, Waynesboro, PA, 1991-1995; Cedar Ridge Children's Home and School, Inc., Williamsport, MD,consultant, previously residential director and staff psychologist, 1991-2006.; Greencastle Family Practice, Greencastle, PA, Head staff of mental health department, 1995-1999; Frances Leiter Center, Chambersburg, PA, clinical director, 1996-2006; Summit Behavioral Health Services, Chambersburg Hospital, Chambersburg, PA and Waynesboro Hospital, Waynesboro, PA, allied health professional staff and consultant, 1997-2006; Western Maryland Intensive Behavior Management Program, Hagerstown, MD, consultant, 1998-2006; Arc of Washington County programs: Autism Waiver Program, Children's Residential Services, Community Supported Living Arrangements program, Phoenix (Traumatic Brain Injury) Program, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, Stepping Stones Program, Hagerstown, MD, consultant, 1998-2006; Clinical Child and Consulting Practice, Waynesboro, PA, 1999-2006; Catholic Charities, Chambersburg, PA, consultant, 1999-2006; Kuwait Center for Autism, Dhaiya Mubarak Abdullah, Kuwait, consultant, 2000-present; Oomit Corporation, Astana, Kazakhstan, consultant, 2004-present; Jeddah Autism Center, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, consultant, 2005-present; Columbia International University, adjunct faculty, Associate Dean of Personal Care and Counseling, Associate Dean of Student Services, resident faculty, Associate Dean of College of Counseling, 2006-present.


Wide variety of audiences such as parents, agency staff, regional seminars, Kazakhstan Medical Academy, Kazakhstan Children’s Hospital, Penn State University Mont Alto Campus, Child and Adolescent Service System Program Training and Technical Assistance Institute (Part of the Child Study Center in the Department of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University), and Frostburg State University.


  • Adams, W., Sheslow, D., Robins, P., Payne, H., & Wilkinson, G. Memory abilities in children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. American Psychological Association convention, San Francisco, CA, August, 1991
  • Payne, H. I. (2001). The photograph game of emotions. In H. G. Kaduson & C. E. Schaefer (Eds.), 101 More Favorite Play Therapy Techniques. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson

Matthew D. Haste

Associate Professor of Ministry Studies

B.A., Western Kentucky University; M.Div., Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 

Dr. Matthew Haste joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary and School of Ministry in 2015. He oversees the 5-year B.A./M.Div. Program and teaches various courses. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and a Fellow of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. Before coming to Columbia, Dr. Haste served as a College Minister and Adult Discipleship Pastor in Kentucky and taught at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Western Kentucky University. He is married to Cheyenne and they have three children: Haddon, Anna, and Adelyn. 


With Robert L. Plummer. Held in Honor: Wisdom for your Marriage from Voices of the Past. Christian Focus, 2015.

Editor. Nurseries for Heaven: Samuel Stennett’s Vision for the Family. Alev Books, 2015. 

Articles & Chapters:

“‘Helped on our Way to Heaven’: Andrew Fuller’s Theology of Marriage.” In Encountering Andrew Fuller: New Essays on Andrew Fuller as a Theologian. Edited by Michael A. G. Haykin. Alev Books, 2015.

“‘Nurseries of Heaven’: Samuel Stennett on Marriage and Family.” Churchman 129, no. 1 (Spring 2015): 55‒69.

“‘A Type of the Marriage of Christ’: John Gill on Marriage.” Puritan Reformed Journal 6, no. 2 (July 2014): 289–302.

“A Review of A. G. Roeber, Hopes for Better Spouses: Protestant Marriage and Church Renewal in Early Modern Europe, India, and North America.” Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (Spring 2014): 40‒41.

“‘So Many Voices’: The Piety of Monica, Mother of Augustine.” Journal of Discipleship and Family Ministry 4, no.1 (2013): 6–10.

“Marriage and Family in the Life of Andrew Fuller.” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 17, no.1 (Spring 2013): 28–34.

“Your Maker is Your Husband: The Divine Marriage Metaphor and the New Covenant.” Puritan Reformed Journal 5, no. 1 (January 2013): 15–28. 

Papers & Presentations:

“Pastoral Advice on Marital Strife: Wisdom from Two Millennia of Christian Thinkers.” Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.

“‘Helped on our Way to Heaven’: The Puritan Tradition in Andrew Fuller’s Theology of Marriage.” Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.

“Marriage as Spiritual Formation: Historical Reflections and Contemporary Proposals.” Presented at the 2015 Midwest Region Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.

“‘Nurseries of Heaven’: Samuel Stennett’s Vision for Marriage and Family.” Presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.


Benjamin Noonan

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Professor of Old Testament & Hebrew

B.S., M.A., Wheaton College; M.Phil., Ph.D.. Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion

Dr. Noonan joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary & School of Ministry in 2014. He teaches Old Testament and Hebrew courses. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, where he serves on the Pentateuch Program Unit Steering Committee, as well as the Society of Biblical Literature, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the National Association of Professors of Hebrew. He has taught at Evangelical Theological College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


  • Foreign Words in the Hebrew Bible: Linguistic Evidence for Foreign Contact in Ancient Israel (forthcoming)

Articles, Book Chapters and Contributions to Edited Volumes:

  • “Egyptian Loanwords as Evidence for the Historicity and Authenticity of the Exodus and Wilderness Traditions,” in A Symposium on the Historicity and Authenticity of the Exodus and Wilderness Traditions in a Post Modern Age, eds. James K. Hoffmeier, Alan R. Millard, and Gary A. Rendsburg (forthcoming)
  • Devotional on Psalm 33:4-5 in Devotions on the Hebrew Bible, eds. Lee M. Fields, Milton Eng, and Verlyn D. Verbrugge (forthcoming)
  • “Zion’s Foundation: The Meaning of בֹּחַן in Isaiah 28,16,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 125 (2013): 314-319
  • “There and Back Again: ‘Tin’ or ‘Lead’ in Amos 7:7-9?” Vetus Testamentum 63 (2013): 299-307
  • “Hide or Hue? Defining Hebrew תַּחַשׁ” Biblica 93 (2012): 580-589
  • “Omri, King of Israel,” “Trade and Commerce,” “Ugarit,” in Lexham Bible Dictionary, ed. John D. Barry (Bellingham, Wash.: Logos Research Systems, 2012)
  • “Did Nehemiah Own Tyrian Goods? Trade between Judea and Phoenicia during the Achaemenid Period,” Journal of Biblical Literature 130 (2011): 281-298
  • “Abraham, Blessing, and the Nations: A Reexamination of the Niphal and Hitpael of ברך in the Patriarchal Narratives,” Hebrew Studies 51 (2010): 73-93
  • October 6 Devotional in Stones of Remembrance 2: Wheaton’s Living Stones, ed. Emily Louise Zimbrick (Wheaton, Ill.: Wheaton College, 2006), 306

Book Reviews:

  • Review of Marvin A. Sweeney, Tanak: A Theological and Critical Introduction to the Jewish Bible,Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 57 (2014): 405-407
  • Review of Bob Becking and Lester L. Grabbe, eds., Between Evidence and Ideology: Essays on the History of Ancient Israel at the Joint Meeting for the Society for Old Testament Study and the Out Testamentisch Werkgezelschap, Lincoln, July 2009Bulletin for Biblical Research 22 (2012): 410-412
  • Review of Robin A. Parry, LamentationsBulletin for Biblical Research 22 (2012): 271-273
  • Review of Cor Notebaart, Metallurgical Metaphors in the Hebrew BibleBulletin for Biblical Research 22 (2012): 259-260
  • Review of Jordan M. Scheetz, The Concept of Canonical Intertextuality and the Book of Daniel,Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 55 (2012): 170-172
  • Review of Koowon Kim, Incubation as a Type-Scene in the ˀAqhatu, Kirta, and Hannah Stories: A Form-Critical and Narratological Study of KTU 1.14 I-1.15 III, 1.17 I-II, and 1 Samuel 1:1-2:11,Bulletin for Biblical Research 22 (2012): 126-127
  • Review of Ronald S. Hendel, ed., Reading Genesis: Ten MethodsBulletin for Biblical Research21 (2011): 530-532
  • Review of Francis I. Andersen and Richard S. Hess, Names in the Study of Biblical History: David, YHWH Names, and the Role of Personal NamesAshland Theological Journal 43 (2011): 148-149
  • Review of David Toshio Tsumura, Creation and Destruction: A Reappraisal of the ChaoskampfTheory in the Old TestamentAshland Theological Journal 43 (2011): 149-151
  • Review of Benjamin D. Sommer, The Bodies of God and the World of Ancient IsraelBulletin for Biblical Research 21 (2011): 391-393
  • Review of John H. Sailhamer, The Meaning of the Pentateuch: Revelation, Composition, and InterpretationBulletin for Biblical Research 21 (2011): 102-103
  • Review of R.W.L. Moberly, The Theology of the Book of GenesisBulletin for Biblical Research 21 (2011): 105-107
  • Review of Victor H. Matthews, Studying the Ancient Israelites: A Guide to Sources and Methods,Ashland Theological Journal 42 (2010): 156-158
  • Review of Philip R. Davies, Memories of Ancient Israel: An Introduction to Biblical History—Ancient and ModernJournal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52 (2009): 839-840
  • Review of Marc Van De Mieroop, A History of the Ancient Near East ca. 3000-323 BC, 2d ed.,Ashland Theological Journal 40 (2008): 75-76

Papers Presented:

  • “The Presence and Significance of Foreign Loanwords in the Book of Daniel,” Evangelical Theological Society annual meeting, Baltimore, Md., November 20, 2013
  • “The Exodus and Sinai Narratives: Foreign Loanwords and Historicity,” Evangelical Theological Society annual meeting, Milwaukee, Wisc., November 14, 2012
  • “Non-Semitic Loanwords and Foreign Contact in the Ancient Levant,” Cincinnati Consortium of Ancient Studies spring annual meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 9, 2012
  • “Identifying the Gemstones of the High Priest’s Breastplate,” Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting, San Francisco, Calif., November 20, 2011
  • “Did Nehemiah Own Tyrian Goods? A Historical Investigation of Trade between Judea and Phoenicia during the Persian Period,” Evangelical Theological Society Midwest regional meeting, Chicago, Ill., March 28, 2008
  • “Abraham, Blessing, and the Nations: A Proposed Paradigm,” Evangelical Theological Society annual meeting, San Diego, Calif., November 15, 2007


Zhiqiu Xu

Zhiqiu Xu
Professor of Theology

B.A., Renmin University; M.A., Peking University; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Boston University

Dr. Xu joined the faculty of CIU’s Seminary & School of Ministry in 2014. He teaches Theology and coordinates the Chinese Seminary Studies program. He is the executive director of the North America Mainland Chinese Mission, the executive director of the International Fellowship of Chinese Pastors, and a member of Blessings Cultural Mission Fellowship. He has served as a pastor to local Chinese churches in Philadelphia, PA and Worcester, MA.

Book Reviews

  • J. Chao. A History of Christianity in Socialist China, 1949–1997. In China and Gospel (1999). 

Articles and Essays:

  • “The Spectrum of Truth” (forthcoming).
  • “Learning from Wesleyan Theology, a Chinese Perspective.”Behold Magazines  68 (2014).
  • “The Concept of Magisterium and Its Pertinence to the Church in China.” Behold Magazines 67 (2014).
  • “Did Jesus Truly Resurrect from the Dead?” Behold Magazines 66 (2014).
  • “Control vs. Submission, Some Insights on the Kenotic Obedience of Jesus.” Behold Magazines 57 (2012).
  • “Divine Beauty and Human Koinonia, A Study on John 14-17.” Christianity Today International(May, 2011).
  • “A Trans-placed Encounter Between the East and the West, A Journey in Kingston.”  Behold Magazines 44 (2010).

Angella Eanes

Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S. Lee University, M.A., Church of God Theological Seminary, M.A., Ph.D.,  University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Trish Bates

Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Liberty University, M.A.,  Columbia International University, SC Licensed Professional Counselor Intern.

Sandra Young

Sandra Young, Liberal Arts Division Chair at CIU
Liberal Arts Division Chair, Professor of English
Sandra Young

B.A., George Fox University; Certificate in Bible, Columbia International University; M.A.T. in English, The Citadel; Ph.D. in English, University of South Carolina; teacher, Charleston County School District, 1999-2001; Faculty member, Columbia College, 2006-2013; Faculty, Columbia International University, 2013 – present.

Sandra was born and reared in Toppenish, Washington.  After graduating from George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon, she married and moved to Columbia, South Carolina where she found employment as an Executive Secretary and administrative assistant.  She earned her master’s degree in Charleston, South Carolina and upon completion taught high school English in a local urban high school.  When the family returned to Columbia, she enrolled at the University of South Carolina and earned a Ph.D .in English with an emphasis in Composition and African American Literature.  Sandra taught writing, literature, and methods classes for seven years at Columbia College where she directed the English Education program. Sandra relaxes by either reading a good book or spending time with her husband, Charles and their two grown children and marvels that God has allowed her to make a living doing what she enjoys most.

B.A., George Fox University; Certificate in Bible, Columbia International University; M.A.T. in English, The Citadel; Ph.D. in English, University of South Carolina; Executive Secretary/Administrative Assistant, 1982-1994; teacher, Charleston County School District, 1999-2001. Faculty member, Columbia College, 2006-2013

Glenda Nanna

Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.S., Wayland Baptist University, M..A., Columbia International University; SC Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

Debbie Moore

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Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program Director, Professor of Education

B.S., Toccoa Falls College; M.Ed., Bob Jones University; Ed.D., Columbia International University

Debbie Moore serves in the College of Education as the Master of Education Progragram Director.  She has held various positions within Christian education since 1986 as teacher, guidance counselor, administrator, and dean. Her passion is to work with Christian educators to enhance classroom skills that use biblical integration and teaching with intentionality to develop spiritual formation in students. Originally from Pennsylvania, Debbie met her husband (David) at college and they have since lived in North Carolina and Georgia.  They have two adult children, Lindsay and Erica. She loves spending time with her family, reading, walking, and drinking coffee. 

Teacher, Trinity Christian School, 1986-1990; Teacher, Guidance Counselor, Neuse Christian Academy, 1990-2000; Dean, Principal, Gaston Christian School, 2000-2003; Teacher, Northside Christian School, 2003-04; Dean, Adjunct Faculty, Toccoa Falls College, 2004-2013; Professor, M.Ed. Program Director, Columbia International University, present.




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