|M. Todd Hall
Instructor. BA, Institute for Christian Studies; MATS, Austin Graduate School of Theology; MLIS, University of North Texas; Bible, Theological Research.
A.B. Cox Professor, Emeritus. BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; BD, Yale University; MA, PhD, Vanderbilt University; New Testament, Biblical Theology.
Assistant Professor. BA, Austin Graduate School of Theology; MA, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary; PhD, Vrije Universiteit; Scripture, Theology.
Jack C. and Ruth Wright Professor of New Testament. BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary; MA, MPhil, PhD, Yale University; New Testament.
Senior Instructor. BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; DMin, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University; Christian Ministry.
|R. Mark Shipp
Pat E. Harrell Professor. BA, MS, Pepperdine University; MDiv, PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary; Old Testament.
Associate Professor. BA, Oklahoma Christian University; MDiv, Harding University Graduate School of Religion; PhD, Calvin Theological Seminary; Scripture, Historical Theology.
Billy Gunn Hocott Professor, Emeritus. BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; BD, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary;
PhD, Emory University; Theology, Christian Ethics.
|Larry Hall||BA, Abilene Christian University; MA, Pepperdine; Christian Ministry.|
|Armando Hernandez||BA, Pepperdine; MA, Marriage and Family Institute, Abilene Christian University; Counseling.|
|Brandon Pierce||BA, MA, Abilene Christian University.|
||BA, MDiv, Abilene Christian University; ThD, Graduate Theological Union; JD, Southern Methodist University; Christian Ministry.|
|Eddie Sharp||BA, MA, DMin, Abilene Christian University; Christian Ministry.|
|Glover Shipp||BA, MA, Pepperdine University; MA, PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary.|
|David Worley||BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; MDiv, PhD, Yale University; Bible, Christian Education.|
We acknowledge one God, the Creator of heaven and earth, revealed in the Old and New Testaments as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in the uniqueness and finality of God’s revelation in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and in the ultimate triumph of his kingdom.
We believe that the risen Christ continues his ministry to the world through his Spirit in the church; we believe that participation in the life of the church nurtures Christian faith, is essential to Christian growth, and is necessary for salvation.
We acknowledge the Bible as the only rule for Christian faith and practice. We maintain the centrality and importance of Christian preaching to the mission of the church. In continuity with the Restoration tradition of Christian faith and practice, in matters of faith we seek unity; in matters of opinion, liberty; in all things, charity.