William VanDoodewaard

VanDoodewaardDr. William Van­Doo­d­e­waard (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is Professor of Church History at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He is also Visiting Research Fellow in the School of History and Anthropology at Queen’s University Belfast, and has been appointed a Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary for his ongoing work in the history of biblical interpretation. Prior to coming to PRTS, Dr. VanDoodewaard taught at Patrick Henry Col­lege, near Washington, D.C., and at Huntington University in Indiana. He has contributed to a number of books, and is the author of two: The Mar­row Con­tro­versy and Seceder Tra­di­tion: Atone­ment, Sav­ing Faith and the Gospel Offer in Scot­land (1718–1799) and the The Quest for the Historical Adam: Genesis, Hermeneutics and Human Origins. An ordained min­is­ter in the Asso­ciate Reformed Pres­by­ter­ian Church (ARP), he cur­rently serves as an elder at Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church in downtown Grand Rapids.