Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Semlink Teaching Fellow for Church History
Josh was born and raised in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. He attended the University of New Mexico where he pursued Religious Studies and Philosophy.
Josh has always loved history. He has developed an even greater passion for the history of the Church as he has found that in studying Church History, one is not only studying past events, but is studying the growth and movement of the Body of Christ, which is very much still alive today. Josh believes that the study of Church History is absolutely essential to the well being of the Church, as it allows us to be connected with brothers and sisters who have come before us who have had a passion for the Gospel.
Josh and his wife, Rebecca, were married in July of 2010 and moved from Albuquerque, NM to attend Gordon-Conwell’s Hamilton Campus in July of 2011. After graduating, Josh hopes go back to New Mexico in order to use what he has learned at Gordon-Conwell in a pastoral setting, working primarily with Hispanic communities in the area.
In his spare time, Josh very much enjoys cooking and baking. He and Rebecca also very much enjoy going to concerts whenever the opportunity arises.
Semlink Teaching Fellow for:
Church History Survey
Church History to the Reformation
Church History from the Reformation
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