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Meet Our President

Dr. Christopher Cone, Th.D, Ph.D, Ph.D, serves as President of Calvary University and as Research Professor of Bible and Theology. He has formerly served in executive and faculty roles at Southern California Seminary as Chief Academic Officer and Research Professor of Bible and Theology, and at Tyndale Theological Seminary as President and Professor of Bible and Theology. He has served in several pastoral roles and has also held teaching positions at the University of North Texas, North Central Texas College, and Southern Bible Institute. He is the author and general editor of more than a dozen books, including:

  • Priority in Biblical Hermeneutics and Theological Method
  • Forged From Reformation: How Dispensational Thought Advances the Reformed Legacy (co-edited w/ Dr. James Fazio)
  • Life Beyond the Sun: Worldview and Philosophy Through the Lens of Ecclesiastes, 2nd Edition
  • Applied Biblical Worldview: Essays on Christian Ethics
  • Gifted: Understanding the Holy Spirit and Unwrapping Spiritual Gifts
  • Integrating Exegesis and Exposition: Biblical Communication for Transformative Learning
  • Prolegomena on Biblical Hermeneutics and Method
  • An Introduction to the New Covenant
  • Redacted Dominionism: A Biblical Approach to Grounding Environmental Responsibility
  • A Concise Bible Survey: Tracing the Promises of God
  • Dispensationalism Tomorrow and Beyond: A Theological Collection in Honor of Charles C. Ryrie
  • Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology
  • Biblical Sufficiency Applied

Dr. Cone’s articles are published at www.drcone.com. He lives in the Kansas City area with his wife Cathy, and their two daughters, Christiana and Cara Grace.

Additional Resources:

2018 President’s Report

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From: drcone.com

The Future of Race Relations and Social Justice Implications for Today, Part 2

The Future of Race Relations and Social Justice Implications for Today, Part 2

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The Future of Race Relations and Social Justice Implications for Today, Part 1

The Future of Race Relations and Social Justice Implications for Today, Part 1

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Kingdom Through Culture: The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and its Cultural Appeal, Part 2

Kingdom Through Culture: The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and its Cultural Appeal, Part 2

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Kingdom Through Culture: The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and its Cultural Appeal, Part 1

Kingdom Through Culture: The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and its Cultural Appeal, Part 1

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