Mark A. Garcia , Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Systematic Theology, 2009 -
Dr. Garcia is the theological editor for the multi-volume Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly project (Westminster Assembly Project and Oxford University
Press) and works primarily in the areas of Biblical and systematic theology, with an ongoing interest in Calvin and historical theology. He has taught and lectured in theology in the USA, UK, Spain, and Mexico, and received research awards and grants from New College, University of Edinburgh; the Bourse Francais for work at the Institut d’Histoire de la Reformation in Geneva, Switzerland; and the Meeter Center for Calvin Studies in Grand Rapids, MI.
Additionally Dr. Garcia has published numerous scholarly articles, reviews, and essays, including “Christ and the Spirit: The Meaning and Promise of a Reformed Idea” in Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the Church: Essays in Honor of Richard B. Gaffin, Jr., and the book Life in Christ: Union with Christ and Twofold Grace in Calvin’s Theology.
- Immanuel Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Oakdale, PA - Pastor, 2007 to
Other Teaching Experience
- Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological
- Adjunct Professor, Westminster Theological Seminary, 2006 to present
- Research Fellow, Craig Center for the Study of the Westminster Standards,
Westminster Theological Seminary, 2006 to present
- Visiting Scholar, Cambridge University, 2006–2007
- Senior Member, Wolfson College, Cambridge University, 2006 to present
- M.A., Westminster Theological Seminary
- Post-graduate studies, Westminster Theological Seminary
- Ph.D., University of Edinburgh
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