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Jonathan Armstrong

Jonathan Armstrong

Director of the Center for Global Theological Education; Associate Professor of Bible and Theology
  • Department:
    Bible
  • Location:
    Spokane
  • School:
    Aviation in Spokane
  • Position:
    Teaching
  • Start Date:
    July 2010
  • Personal Information:

    Dr. Armstrong received a Postdoctoral Research Grant from the Deutscher Akadamisher Austauschdienst to research at the Friedrich-Alexander-Üniversität-Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany from 2006 to 2007 and lectured at Wycliffe Hall as a full member of the theology faculty of the University of Oxford in England from 2007 to 2008.

    His ministry background includes service teaching at South London Christian College (England), the Eurasian Theological Seminary (Russia), the Evangelical Theological Institute (Bulgaria), the Evangelical Theological Seminary (Croatia), the Instituto Bilico Evangelico (Italy), Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (Kenya), and ECWA Theological Seminary (Nigeria). 

    He is the founder and president of Aqueduct Project, the mission of which is to create access to theological education overseas. His areas of specialization and expertise include New Testament Greek, the formation of the New Testament canon, ancient church history, and history of the interpretation of the Bible. 

    He teaches New Testament Greek, Christianity and Western Culture, and electives in theology and ancient Christian studies.

  • Educational Background:

    BA, Cornerstone University
    MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
    MPhil, Fordham University
    PhD, Fordham University

  • Publications:

    His published works include a translation of Eusebius of Caesarea’s Commentary on Isaiah and The Role of the Rule of Faith in the Formation of the New Testament Canon.