The early career of Charles H. Kraft, a member of Fuller’s faculty since 1969, focused on anthropology and communication. After he became involved with the Signs and Wonders course at Fuller taught by John Wimber, Kraft experienced a shift in worldview and began publishing materials related to inner healing, spiritual warfare, and spiritual dynamics. His areas of expertise, research, writing, and teaching include Biblical Christianity and culture (including contextualization), communicating Biblical Christianity, anthropology and Christianity, cross-cultural Christian theology, worldview, spiritual warfare, and inner healing. All of these areas of research and teaching are represented in the collection.
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Fuller Seminary Archives and Special Collections, "COLLECTION 0130: Papers of Charles H. Kraft, 1969-2010" (2018). List of Archival Collections. 65.