Gregory Robertson, associate professor of Christian theology, has been a pastor of congregations in Texas and Kansas, as well as serving internationally in Canada, Ecuador, Peru, and Panama. Robertson has committed his life to seeking what God's coming Kingdom means and how this should inform and shape Christian life today as an attempt to be faithful to God's coming Kingdom. As such, Robertson has studied one of the most influential theologians (both in terms of Protestant and Catholic theologies) of the twentieth century, the Swiss theologian Karl Barth. As a published author in Barth studies, Robertson seeks to further the church's understanding of whom God desires that we be. He has ongoing research in the areas of the doctrine of the Trinity and Christology. One of his works is The One Who Brings Back Life: The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit — Past, Present, and Future (for the 2008 Harp Lecture Series). Robertson’s focus for the seminary is constructive theology.
Robertson joined the School of Theology faculty in 2005.
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Associate Professor of Christian Theology
B.A., Gulf Coast Bible College
M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
Th.D., Wycliffe College, University of Toronto