Raphaël Anzenberger is Director of Publications at imagoDei.fr, assistant professor of intercultural studies at Columbia International University in the United States, as well as a teacher at the Evangelical Theological Faculty of Vaux-sur-Seine in France. He is an international delegate of the CNEF (National Council of Evangelicals of France), and additionally involved in the Lausanne Movement, notably through the Global Secularization Initiative.
After his Masters in Economics from the University of Strasbourg, Raphaël continued his academic career in the United States with a Masters in Theology, a Doctorate in Missiology and a Doctorate in Intercultural Studies at Columbia International University. Raphaël is the winner of the Sandy Ford Scholarship in 2001 and Billy Graham Lausanne Scholarship in 2018. He is the author of several books and articles in French and in English, of which Moi Aussi Je Voudrais Corire (BLF, 2008). He has also contributed to the writing of the Dictionnaire de Théologie Pratique (Excelsis, 2021) and more recently Against the Tide: Mission Amidst the Global Currents of Secularization (William Carey, 2019).
Raphaël also worked in Chad where he managed the Bebalem Central Hospital for two years, and in the United States as an engineer at Michelin for seven years. He regularly speaks in academia, business and politics on the interactions between faith and culture, in France and abroad. Raphaël lives in Nice with his wife Karen and their four children.