PhD Historical Theology
The doctorate in Historical Theology offers students advanced training in the discipline of theology with a focused attention on the dialogue and dialectic between theological doctrines and ideas, on the one hand, and historical context, on the other. The program aims to form students as both scholars and teachers, equipping students with the skills to do research that matters in the field of Historical Theology and preparing students to teach a range of courses at the undergraduate level. There are three areas of specialization in the doctoral program: early Christianity, medieval Christianity, and modern Christianity.
For more information about the PhD in Historical Theology program, please see the PhD Student Handbook here.
Recent Ph.D. graduates. Left to right: Dr. Donna Hawk-Reinhard, Rev. Dr. Daniel Handschy, Dr. Hudson Davis