|Theology & Philosophy|
Personal Page: Jeremy Wynne
Jeremy J. Wynne, Lecturer in Theology and Assistant Director of the M.A. in Theology Program
Ph.D., King’s College, University of Aberdeen
TH 135, A Biblical Introduction to God
Areas of Specialization/Expertise
Doctrine of God (Trinity and Perfections); Doctrine of Creation; Use of Scripture in Theology; Reformed Theology; Missiology
Publications Include: “Judgment and Wrath”, in The T&T Clark Companion to Sin, ed. Keith Johnson and David Lauber (London: T&T Clark, forthcoming); “Wrath”, The T&T Clark Companion to the Atonement, ed. Adam Johnson (London: T&T Clark, forthcoming); “Realities Side by Side: God's Patience and Abraham's History in Genesis 18:16-32” (forthcoming); Wrath among the Perfections of God’s Life (London: T&T Clark, 2010); Response to Dr. Viktor Ber, “Social Dimensions of the Atonement in Lev. 16”, in Ex Auditu: An International Journal for the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (forthcoming); “The Livingness of God; or, the Place of Substance and Dynamism in a Theology of the Divine Perfections,” International Journal of Systematic Theology 13 n 2 (April 2011): pp. 190-203; “Serving the Coming God: The Insights of Jürgen Moltmann’s Eschatology for Contemporary Theology of Mission,” Missiology: An International Review 35 n 4 (Oct. 2007): pp. 437-52.
Presentations Include: Response to Viktor Ber, “Social Dimensions of the Atonement in Lev. 16”, North Park Theological Sem. Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Chicago, 23-25 Sept. 2010); “The Goodness of God: A Biblical-Dogmatic Perspective on the Opening Chapters of Genesis,” Genesis and Christian Theology Conference (St. Andrews, Scotland, 15 July 2009); “Charles G. Finney, the Rhetoric of Wrath, and the Challenge of a Robust Doctrine of God,” Evangelicalism and Eschatology Conference (St. Andrews, Scotland, 30 April 2007); “Retributive Justice and the Perfection of God’s Life,” Scottish Universities Postgraduate Theology Conference (Aberdeen, June 2007); “A Peculiar Purchase on Divine Perfection: Irenaeus and creatio ex nihilo,” Scottish Universities Postgraduate Theology Conference (Edinburgh, June 2006).
Honors Include: Postgraduate Research Bursary (Aberdeen, 2008-09); Overseas Research Studentship Award Scheme, or ORSAS (Aberdeen, 2006-08); College of Arts and Social Sciences Studentship (Aberdeen, 2006-08); Presbyterian Leadership Fellowship (Princeton Seminary, 2001-04); Apollos Merit Award (Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation, 2001-04); Religion and Philosophy Distinguished Student of the Year (Whitworth, 1999).