Theodore Zachariades has been added to Pulpit & Pen as the full-time Theological Director and a part-time relief editor of our news site. Zachariades will be moving to Sidney, Montana to work at the publication’s headquarters.
We pray that Zachariades’ addition to Pulpit & Pen will allow our publisher, JD Hall, to have more time do things he loves, including pastoring the local church. Hall feels that Zachariades is very capable to help steer the theological direction of Pulpit & Pen in our news and reporting.
We are thankful to our Patreon supporters who make the finances available to add such quality people to our team. Zachariades really is a world-class scholar, and we pray that we’ll be better able to ensure Pulpit & Pen produces the highest quality theological content possible.
Dr. Zachariades was born in London in 1965 and raised in Greece. He graduated from the Greek Bible College in Pikermi, Greece in 1991. He then got his M.Div in Theology from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (KY) in 1997 and his PhD from SBTS in 2004.
Dr. Zachariades, who goes by Theodore or Doros, has taught at the Grace Evangelical Seminary and Luther Rice Seminary and has pastored at Greek Gospel Church in Toronto, Hellenic (Greek) Gospel Church in Massachusetts, Woodstock Baptist Church, Winchester Baptist Church, and Sovereign Grace Baptist Church.
He has written numerous books, including The Omnipresence of Jesus Christ: A Neglected Aspect of Evangelical Christology, The Glorious God’s Gospel of Grace: The Potter’s Prerogative: A Response to Leighton Flowers, and Thy Word is Fire: Looking Into the Perfect Mirror of God’s Sacred Scripture: A Response to Michael Brown.
We look forward to benefiting from Dr. Zachariades’ scholarship.
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