Dillon Burroughs

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Dillon Burroughs
Born 1976
Norwalk, Ohio
Occupation Writer
Education

Indiana State University (B.A.) Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.)

Piedmont International University (PhD.)
Website
www.dillonburroughs.com

Dillon Burroughs is an ECPA-bestselling[1] American author or co-author of more than thirty-eight books.

Biography[edit]

Dillon Burroughs is a best-selling author or co-author of more than thirty-eight books. Known for his collaborative writing efforts, his works range from editing The Apologetics Study Bible for Students to serving behind the scenes for some of today’s New York Times best-selling authors. He also serves as senior writer for The John Ankerberg Show.

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Films[edit]

  • Not in My Town: Ending America's Modern Day Slave Trade (Summer 2011 with Charles Powell) (New Hope/Mercy Movement)
  • Israel under Fire (September 2009) (with John Ankerberg and Jimmy DeYoung) (Harvest House)
  • Paranormal (2010) (script consultant/discussion guide editor) (Cross Shadow Productions)
  • Pray 2.5 (2009) (discussion guide editor) (Cross Shadow Productions)
  • Pray 2 (2008) (discussion guide editor) (Cross Shadow Productions)

References[edit]

  1. ^ ECPA March 2008

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