Church History Lecturers an...

Church History Lecturers and Part-Time Faculty


Annette Aubert 
 Iain D. Campbell 
Joseph Chi     Michael A. G. Haykin   Ernest R. Holloway, III
  Stephen J. Nichols Robert William Oliver
Chad Van Dixhoorn Hunter Powell Garry John Williams

 

Annette G. Aubert
Lecturer in Church History

B.A., Trinity College, 1996; M.A.R., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1999; Th.M., 2002; Ph.D., 2010; Westminster, 2013-.

Author: The German Roots of Nineteenth-Century American Theology


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Iain D. Campbell
Adjunct Professor of Church History
M.A., University of Glasgow, 1985; Dip.Th., Free Church College, Edinburgh, 1988; B.D., University of London, 1988; M.Th., Central School of Religion, 1997; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, 2001; CertHSC, Open University, 2004; Minister, Snizort Free Church of Scotland, 1988–1995; Back Free Church of Scotland, 1995–2009; Point Free Church of Scotland 2009- ; Lecturer, Lews Castle College, 2004–2006; Honorary Chaplain, Western Isles NHS Board, 2007– ; Chairman, Free Church College Board, 2008-; Westminster, 2009– .  

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Joseph Chi
Adjunct Professor of Church History
  B.S., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1994; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1999; M.A. Biblical Theological Seminary, 2001; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, 2008; Associate Pastor, Peniel Korean Presbyterian Church, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, 1998-2004; Pastor, Chinese Evangelical Church of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2006-2008; Pastor, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Chalfont, Pennsylvania, 2009-; Westminster, 2010-

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Michael Anthony George Haykin
Adjunct Professor of Church History

B.A. Victoria College, University of Toronto, 1974; M.Rel. Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, 1977; Th.D. Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto, 1982; Professor of Church History, Central Baptist Seminary, 1982-1993; Adjunct Professor of Church History, Séminaire Baptiste Évangélique du Québec, 1985-2012; Visiting Professor of Church History, Tyndale Seminary, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1999-2002; Professor of Church History, Heritage Baptist College and Theological Seminary, 1993-2003; Professor of Church History and Reformed Spirituality, Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible College, 2003-2007; Visiting Professor of Church History, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2002-2007; Visiting Professor of Church History, Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible College, 2008; Visiting Professor of Church History, Knox Theological Seminary, 1999-2010; Research Professor, Irish Baptist College, 2005-2013; Visiting Professor of Church History, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, 2001-; Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, Southern Baptist Seminary, 2008-; Westminster, 2013-.

Author: Rediscovering the Church Fathers: Who They Were and How They Shaped the Church; The Empire of the Holy Spirit: Reflecting on Biblical and Historical Patterns of Life in the Spirit; Soldiers of Christ: Selections from the Writings of Basil Manly, Sr. & Basil Manly, Jr. (co-authored); In God We Trust? What is God Saying in the Midst of this Financial Crisis: The God Who Draws Near: An Introduction to Biblical Spirituality; Jonathan Edwards: The Holy Spirit in Revival; Defence of the Truth: Contending for the truth yesterday and today

Editor: The Baptist Review of Theology; Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies

 

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Ernest R. Holloway III
Adjunct Professor of Church History

B.A., Clemson University, 1991; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1996; Th.M., 1998; Ph.D., 2005; Ph.D. , University of Aberdeen, 2009;Tutorial Instructor, University of Aberdeen, 2007; Teaching Fellow, University of Aberdeen, 2007-2008; Westminster, 2008– .

Author:
Andrew Melville and Humanism in Renaissance Scotland 1545-1622; (Contributer to) Reformed Orthodoxy in Scotland: Essays on Scottish Theology 1560-1775; (Contributor to) Renaissance Quarterly 66.2

 

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Stephen J. Nichols
Lecturer in Church History

B.S., Philadelphia College of Bible, 1993; M.A.R., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1995; M.A., West Chester University, 1998; Ph.D., Westminster, 2000; Faculty, Philadelphia College of Bible, 1996–1997; Faculty, Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School, 1997– ; Westminster, 2004– .

Author: Jonathan Edwards: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought; Martin Luther: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought; The Legacy of Jonathan Edwards (coeditor); An Absolute Sort of Certainty: The Holy Spirit and the Apologetics of Jonathan Edwards; J. Gresham Machen: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought.

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Robert William Oliver  
Visiting Professor of Church History
B.A., University of London, 1959; Post-graduate Certificate in Education, University of Nottingham, 1960; Ph.D., London Bible College and Council for National Academic Awards, 1986; Teacher at Secondary Level in Secondary Modern, Grammar and Comprehensive Schools in United Kingdom, 1960–1976; Pastoral ministry, United Kingdom, 1971–2006; Lecturer in Church History and Historical Theology, London Theological Seminary, 1989– ; Visiting Lecturer, Emanuel University, Oradea Romania, 1993– ; Puritan Reformed Seminary Grand Rapids, 2005– ; Fellow of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies, 2007; Westminster, 2000– .

 

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Hunter Powell
Adjunct Professor of Church History

B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1998; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 2007; M. Phil., University of Cambridge, 2008; Ph.D. University of Cambridge, 2011; Lecturer in Research Skills, University of Cambridge, 2010; Associate Pastor, Guilford Baptist Church, Washington DC, 2011-; Westminster, 2013-.

Author: "October 1643: The Dissenting Brethren and the Proton Dektikon." Drawn into Controversie: Reformed Theological Diversity and Debates within Seventeenth-Century British Puritanism; Church Polity in the British Atlantic World, c. 1636-1689 (co-edited, forthcoming): The Crisis of British Protestantism, 1638-1644 (forthcoming); "The State of Ecclesiastical Studies at the Publication of the Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly," The Historical Journal (forthcoming)

 

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Chad Van Dixhoorn
Adjunct Professor of Church History

B.A., Huron College, University of Western Ontario, 1996; M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1999; Th.M., 2000; Ph.D., Selwyn College, University of Cambridge, 2005; Lecturer in Historical Theology, Westminster Seminary California, 2004; Lecturer in Theology, University of Nottingham, 2005; Member of the Early Modern History Subject Group, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, 2004– ; Research Fellow, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, 2004– ; British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, 2005–2008; Associate Minister, Cambridge Presbyterian Church, 2006–2008; Director of the Cambridge Summer Program, Westminster Seminary California, 2006– ; Visiting Professor of Historical Theology, Westminster Seminary California, 2006– ; Guest Lecturer in Historical Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, 2008– ; Associate Pastor, Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Vienna, Virginia, 2008– ; Westminster, 2006–  

Contributor: The Sixteenth-Century Journal; The Historical Journal; Westminster Theological Journal.

 

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Garry John Williams
Visiting Professor of Historical Theology 

B.A., Christ Church, Oxford, 1993; Postgraduate Certificate in Education, University of Cambridge, 1994; M.St., Christ Church, Oxford, 1996; D.Phil., The Queen’s College, Oxford, 1999; Religious studies teacher, The Royal Grammar School, Guildford, 1994–1995; Research assistant in moral and pastoral theology, Oxford, 1996–1999; Tutor in church history and doctrine, Oak Hill Theological College, London, 1999– ; Westminster, 2005– .