Dr. Dan Doriani

After a decade as senior pastor of Central Presbyterian church in Clayton, Missouri, Dr. Doriani returned to Covenant Seminary full time in October 2013 to serve as vice president of strategic academic projects and professor of theology. In this role, he teaches two core courses for the Master of Divinity (MDiv) programChristian Ethics and Reformation and Modern Church Historyas well as some elective courses on exegesis and church life. He also teaches and speaks on behalf of the Seminary in areas related to recruitment, alumni, and church events; assists in fundraising; and works on special projects for the president. Dr. Doriani previously served in various roles at the Seminary from 1991 to 2003, including professor of New Testament, dean of faculty, and vice president of academics. While pastoring at Central, he continued teaching as adjunct professor of systematic theology. He has extensive teaching and pastoral experience as an interim, assistant, associate, and solo pastor, and has been involved in several planning and study committees at the presbytery level in both the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). He was chair of the PCAs Theological Examining Committee from 1999 to 2000. Among his many books are Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible (P&R, 1996); Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of Biblical Application (P&R, 2001); The Life of a God-Made Man (Crossway, 2001); and commentaries on Matthew, James, and 1 Peter in P&Rs Reformed Expository Commentaries series. He is also a contributing blogger for The Gospel Coalition. Dr. Doriani and his wife, Debbie, live in Chesterfield, Missouri, and have three grown daughters.

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