Historical Theology: Church History
Prof. Nathan Busenitz
Professor of Theology
B.A., the Master's College
M.Div., Th.M., The Master’s Seminary
Th.D., in preparation, The Master’s Seminary
Professor Busenitz began teaching at The Master’s College in 2000 as an adjunct faculty member. In summer 2004, he taught at TMC’s Center for Professional Studies, and that same year began teaching English grammar at The Master’s Seminary. From 2003–2009 he served as a full-time member of the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church. During this time, he worked as the director of the Shepherds’ Fellowship, the managing editor of Pulpit magazine, and as personal assistant to John MacArthur.
In 2008 Professor Busenitz began teaching historical theology at TMS, and joined our faculty full time in 2009. He is currently working to complete his Th.D. in church history, with a specific focus on patristic theology. He has written and contributed to several books, including Living a Life of Hope (Barbour 2003), Reasons to Believe (Crossway 2008), and Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong (Harvest House 2009). He and his wife, Beth, have four children.