Ty Kieser

Assistant Professor of Theology; Program Director of M.A. in Theological & Biblical Studies and M.A. in Christian Studies
Ty Kieser 214.818.1306
  • Theandric and Triune: John Owen and a Case for Classical and Reformed Christological Agency (T&T Clark, 2024).
  • Co-editor, with George Kalantzis and David Capes, Who Do You Say I Am? On the Humanity of Jesus (Cascade, 2020).
  • Co-Author, with Kelly M. Kapic, John Owen Among the Theologians (Under Contract; due 2024).
  • “‘He Will Take What is Mine…’: Indivisible Operations and the Spirit as Gift in Owen and Didymus the Blind,” Criswell Theological Review 21 (2023): 5–26.
  • “The Holy Spirit and the Humanity of Christ in John Owen: A Re-Examination,” International Journal of Systematic Theology 25 (2023): 93–113.
  • Co-authored with Daniel Lee Hill, “Social Sin and the Sinless Savior: Delineating Supra-Personal Sin in Continuity with Conciliar Christology,” Modern Theology 38.3 (2022): 568–91.
  • “John Owen as Proto-Social Trinitarian? Reinterpreting Owen and Resisting a Recent Trend,” Scottish Journal of Theology 74 (2021): 222–234.
  • “Is the Filioque an Obstacle to a Pneumatologically Robust Christology? A Response from Reformed Resources,” Journal of Reformed Theology 12:4 (2018): 394–412.
  • 2020 Ph.D., (Philosophy, Biblical and Theological Studies), Wheaton College; Dissertation: Theandric and Triune: John Owen and a Case for Classically Reformed Christological Agency.
  • 2016 M.Div., (Research Ministries Emphasis), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • 2016 M.A., (Systematic Theology), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • 2012 B.A., (Christian Studies), Grand Canyon University
  • Patristic, Medieval, Reformation Theology
  • Church History
  • Modern and Post-Modern Theology
  • Systematic Theology 1
  • Systematic Theology 2
  • Prolegomena and Trinitarianism
  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • American Academy of Religion
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