Neil R. Coulter

Neil R. Coulter

Neil R. Coulter served as an ethnomusicology and arts consultant for twelve years in Papua New Guinea, with Wycliffe Bible Translators. In that role, he worked with local communities to compose songs in indigenous languages and musical styles. His research interests range from endangered musical traditions to U2 to film scores. He teaches ethnography, theory, and communication at the Center for Excellence in World Arts at Dallas International University, along with teaching at Dallas Theological Seminary and editing the DTS Magazine. In his spare time, Neil loves road trips with his family, reading books, watching classic movies, and playing saxophone.

Neil R. Coulter’s Contributions

Jim Rayburn’s Legacy Blesses Young Life Leaders through New DTS Scholarship

For eighty-one years, Young Life has lived out its vision to “introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ…
August 31, 2022

The DeLille Family Supports the DTS Commitment to Missions

Students at Dallas Theological Seminary develop a global perspective for sharing the gospel with all people—and…
August 18, 2022
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Synagogue at Capernaum

WE ARE HIS WORKMANSHIP | EPH 2:10 As Professor Darrell Bock says in this issue, “good…
August 3, 2022
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Lewis Sperry Chafer: A Song of Evangelism and Education that Continues to Resound

LEWIS SPERRY CHAFER’S LIFE WAS A SONG THAT RESOUNDS THROUGH HIS ENDURING LEGACY, FROM DALLAS, TEXAS,…
August 3, 2022
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POIEMA: An Interview with Dr. Darrell L. Bock

Our summer issue’s theme is engaging outsiders. Let’s consider what it means that “we are his…
August 3, 2022
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