Born and raised in Lebanon, Elie Haddad immigrated to Canada towards the end of the civil war in Lebanon in 1990. He pursued a career in Information Systems & Management Consulting. Responding to a call to ministry, he enrolled in a Masters of Theological Studies (MTS) program at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto while working and serving as a lay pastor. In 2005, Elie and his wife Mireille returned to Lebanon as missionaries with Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM). He served at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary, initially as provost, becoming president in 2008. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Missional Ecclesiology at the International Baptist Theological Study Center of the Free University in Amsterdam.

Book Review: Ferenczi, Jason. Serving Communities: Governance and the Potential of Theological Schools.

I have been serving for more than a decade as the President of a theological school in the Majority World: Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Beirut, Lebanon Questions of contextual relevance have been at the forefront of our thinking for many years As our context changes rapidly, we have been..... read more