Pastor, Chaplain, and Educator
Dr. Paul Isaacs has received 3 earned academic degrees: Bachelors in Bible from Eastern Mennonite University (VA); a Masters of Divinity from Evangelical (PA); and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration and Law (AL). He also has training in Chaplaincy, having completed 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education, 3 of them, Level II (ACPE).
Over the past 45 years, Dr. Isaacs has served as: Pastor (43 years) for churches in Alberta, CANADA; Alabama, Delaware, Montana and Pennsylvania; Chaplain (18 years) for the USAR, National Guard; Children’s Hospital, AL; a VA Home, and 2 hospitals, in DE; as well as, Educator (17 years), as guidance counselor, curriculum writer, teacher, and K-12 principal.
As an educator, Dr. Isaacs has developed curriculum, and taught courses in: Creation Science (scientific evidence for creation); Geology; History of Government; Reformation History; World Views; Genesis and Revelation, as well as, numerous math courses. He is certified to teach Bible and serve as a K-12 Principal.
Dr. Isaacs’ publications include: an article in Teachers of Vision (2009); Evaluation of an Innovative Principalship Program (1991); and his doctoral dissertation, Perceptions of Chief Academic Officers Toward Moral Values Education (1996).In addition, Pastor Paul can identify with suffering and grief. He has survived brain surgery, twice; fought Bells’ Palsy; and lost a 17 year-old son through an accident. His teaching will be in response to his learning, while persevering suffering. Dr. Isaacs will speak on: Suffering Rejection after Serving through the Pandemic; Standing for Faith and First Amendment Religious Rights.