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CH/TH614: Theology of Jonathan Edwards

Submission of Study Questions: Please submit your answers to the study questions by emailing as an attachment to semlink@gordonconwell.edu.

Teaching Fellow

Spencer Kyle JohnsonWelcome. My name is Kyle Johnson. I'm the Teaching Fellow for CH/TH614. Consider me your virtual tutor for this course. I'm at your disposal for questions and guidance regarding course material and interactivity. Speaking of which, don't forget to start your interactivity early! Use the Conversation Starter link on the right to begin the process.

Please email me anytime with questions about the course. 

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Lecturing Professor

Dr. John GerstnerDr. John Gerstner

Dr. John Gerstner (1914-1996) was a Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He earned both a Master of Divinity degree and a Master of Theology degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Harvard University in 1945. Dr. Gerstner was known as an authority on the theology and life of Jonathan Edwards.

Mentoring Professor

Dr. Louis Mitchell Dr. Louis Mitchell

Louis J. Mitchell, Th. D. is the Senior Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Cranbury, New Jersey, a congregation gathered in 1734 and the site of David Brainerd's Native American mission, Bethel. He is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Harvard University, where he earned a Doctor of Theology degree. His work Jonathan Edwards on the Experience of Beauty has been published by Princeton Theological Seminary in the monograph series Studies in Reformed Theology and History. Dr. Mitchell has been in ministry for over thirty years. He has been an adjunct professor at Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry and at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is presently a participant in the Pastor-Theologian Program at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, New Jersey. He has lectured many times and in many different contexts on the life and theology of Jonathan Edwards.

Contact Information:

There is a team of course instructors available to assist you as you progress through your Semlink course. Please contact Dr. Mitchell as your mentoring professor if you have questions about actual course content or about suggested supplemental reading.

Dr. Louis Mitchell
46 South Main St.
Cranbury, NJ 08512

Phone: (609) 395-0897
Fax: (609) 860-6352
Email: firstpreslou@comcast.net