Randy L. Scraper is the Joseph Fabry Professor of Pastoral Logotherapy for the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy at the Graduate Theological Foundation. He is a graduate of Baker University, 1971, Bachelor of Music Education degree. His graduate work includes a Master of Arts in Theology degree from Oral Roberts University, 1978; a Master of Divinity degree from St. Paul’s School of Theology, 1980; a Doctor of Ministry degree from Oral Roberts University, 1984 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Graduate Theological Foundation, 2008. He has done additional graduate work at Asbury Theological Seminary. Dr. Scraper is an accredited member of the International Association of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis at the Viktor Frankl Institute in Vienna, Austria. In the Fall of 1968, Dr. Scraper entered Baker University to discover that the entire curriculum had been designed after Dr. Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning. He can still remember leaving the first lecture Dr. Frankl delivered and saying to himself, “This makes more sense than almost anything I have ever heard. I am going to keep track of this guy and see what he has to say.” Little did he know that this commitment would result in a life-long fascination with Dr. Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy and Logo philosophy.