Title: Humanities Educator
Location: Lookout Mountain, Georgia, United States
William Dennison, Humanities Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in theology, history and philosophy.
As an expert in interdisciplinary studies, Dr. Dennison is able to operate in various fields and pass on his knowledge to future generations. His most recent position has been as a fellow in apologetics at the Greystone Theological Institute. He became a fellow in 2015, joining his work as visiting professor of apologetics at Northwest Theological Seminary for 12 years and as an apologetics professor at the Ministerial Training Institute for The Orthodox Presbyterian Church, which he has held since 2000 and as a professor of interdisciplinary studies at Covenant College, which started in 1993. Throughout the several decades of his career, he has worked at a number of institutions, working to provide knowledge in humanities studies. He has taught at Calvin College and the Grandville Calvin Christian Schools.
Dr. Dennison’s educational path began when he first earned a Bachelor of Arts in biblical literature and philosophy at Geneva College in 1973. He continued at Westminster Theological Seminary to receive an MDiv in 1976. Following this, he earned a ThM in apologetics from the institution in 1980. For a time, he did coursework at the University of Notre Dame before earning a PhD in 19th and 20th century Germany theology, philosophy and intellectual history at Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI in 1992. In addition to these degrees, Dr. Dennison is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbytery of the Southeast in The Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
Outside of teaching, Dr. Dennison has written extensively on a number if topics. His most recent work, “Karl Marx (Modern Thinkers Series),” was published in 2017 by R&R Publishing. He has also written “In Defense of the Eschaton: Essays in Reformed Apologetics,” “The Young Bultmann: Context for His Understanding of God, 1884-1925,” “A Christian Approach to Interdisciplinary Studies: In Search of a Method and Starting Point,” “Paul’s Two-Age Construction and Apologetics” as well as a number of articles and contributions to professional journals. Throughout his career, he has maintained affiliation with the Association for Integrative Studies, the International Society of Christian Apologetics, the Society of Christian Philosophers and The Evangelical Theological Society. He has recently been honored with a Lifetime Achievement award.
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