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Dr. T. Ryan Jackson

Adjunct Professor

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Biography:

Dr. Ryan Jackson has spent more than 25 years learning and practicing ministry and leadership in the Body of Christ. He holds a Bachelors of Religion from Emmanuel College, a Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and both a Masters of Philosophy and a PhD from Cambridge University. Throughout these academic pursuits, Dr. Jackson has been actively involved in serving the church locally and globally.

Dr. Jackson is convinced that the most powerful ministry and Christian living is born from a deep commitment to the Word of God accompanied by a firm reliance upon the Spirit of God. This simple foundation is the core of his ministry and the basis of his approach to theological education.

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Degrees

  • BA (Emmanuel College, Franklin Springs, GA)
  • MDiv (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA)
  • MPhil (Cambridge University, England)
  • PhD (Cambridge University, England)

Select List of Publications

  • “Obedience in the New Covenant.” The Journey: Becoming More Like Jesus. IPHC Discipleship Ministries (2020).
  • “Justifying Justice.” Encourage Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2, (2020).
  • “A Pauline Strategy for Challenging Cultural Liturgies: Making Corinthian Disciples.” Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology, (2016).
  • “Adult Teaching Guide: Hope in the Book of Isaiah; Principles for Christian Living.” One Accord Resources, (2014).
  • “Adult Teaching Guide: The Exile; Gifts of the Spirit.” One Accord Resources, (2012).
  • “Adult Teaching Guide: The Petrine Epistles; The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit.” One Accord Resources, (2010).
  • New Creation in Paul’s Letters: A Study of the Historical and Social Setting of a Pauline Concept. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010.
  • “Adult Teaching Guide: The Expanding Church; Law and Gospel.” One Accord Resources, (2009).
  • Mounce’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, William D. Mounce, ed. (2006). Contributing Author.
  • “Adult Teaching Guide: Studies in Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezra and Nehemiah.” One Accord Resources, (2004).
  • “Pentecost Made the Difference.” Experience Magazine. Franklin Springs: Life Springs Publishing, 2003.

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