Assistant Professor of Christian Theology and Church History
B.A. The University of the South; Th.M. Dallas Theological Seminary; M.St. The University of Oxford; D.Phil. The University of Oxford
Having grown up in Central Louisiana as the son of a Southern Baptist minister, Jonathan Arnold has held numerous academic and ministerial positions before coming to Boyce College. For three years, he served as senior pastor of a Bible Church in Michigan, and prior to that he and his wife led several student-focused ministries on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Most recently, Arnold served as vice president of Student Services and professor of theological studies at Northland International University in Dunbar, Wisconsin.
He has written The Reformed Theology of Benjamin Keach (CBHH, 2013) along with numerous articles, book chapters, and book reviews for various publications. He is a fellow of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies (SBTS) and a visiting fellow of the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage (Oxford).
He and his wife, Lindsay, have four children: Nathaniel, Benjamin, Lukas, and Sadie.