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Ryan Reeves Appointed to Jacksonville Campus

May 21, 2010

Ryan M. Reeves, Ph.D. (cand.), has been named Assistant to the Dean of the Jacksonville campus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, effective immediately.

He replaces Kent Gilbert, who recently accepted a position at First Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville.

A Florida native, Mr. Reeves looks forward to building the relationship between Gordon-Conwell and local churches. He will also be teaching courses in theology and church history.

Ryan has been a guest lecturer at Cambridge University and Reformed Theological Seminary. He served as Research Fellow and Editor at Teleios Research Institute, a non-profit organization in Orlando, where he created numerous teaching curricula for use in churches and seminaries worldwide. He is also the author of several book reviews.

His research interests include political theology and ecclesiology during the Reformation, specifically political obedience and resistance theory.

Mr. Reeves is completing a Ph.D. in Church History from the University of Cambridge. In 2009, he was awarded the Archbishop Cranmer Prize. For three years, he served as the graduate representative to the Church History Subject Committee, participating in course planning and department management.

He also studied at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, where he received an M.A. in Theological Studies as well as an M.Div.