Greg Salazar

 Greg  Salazar

Dr. Greg Salazar (PhD, University of Cambridge) is Assistant Professor of Historical Theology for the PhD program at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.

Greg’s passion for the Lord and theological studies began at The University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). In 2009, Greg began his MDiv studies at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando). His doctoral research focused on the doctrinal, ecclesiological, and pietistic links between puritanism and the post-Reformation English Church in the lead-up to the Westminster Assembly, as seen through the lens of the English clergyman and Westminster Assembly divine, Daniel Featley (1582-1645).

Dr. Salazar and his wife Christie have three children. They are grateful to be members of Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Hudsonville, MI. Over the years, Greg has sought to be active in the life of the local church through preaching and teaching. He is currently pursuing ordination in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

Greg has a particular passion that students would love Reformed experiential theology—believing that the truths contained in Scripture should, by the power of the Spirit, penetrate our hearts, progressively enable our minds, hearts, and character to be transformed as we submit to the lordship of Jesus Christ.

Greg Salazar served as a presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, 'Christ in All Scripture' (San Diego, 11/20-22/2019), addressing the Section, Church History: Puritan Theology - and is affiliated with Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.

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