Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology & Coordinator of the Cameroon Extension Site
Dieudonné came to the United States from Cameroon for seminary training at Bethel Seminary and The Bethlehem Institute in 2007. He continued his education at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and earned a Ph.D. in Biblical Theology, writing a dissertation on the Psalms under Dr. Jim Hamilton. Dieudonné has taught a variety of courses at Bethlehem College and Seminary, including Greek Exegesis and Christian Discipleship.
In 2018, he was commissioned to return to Cameroon to plant a church in the capital city of Yaoundé and launch an extension site of Bethlehem College & Seminary. Dieudonné is married to Dominique and has two children.
- B.Th., Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary
- Graduate Certificate, The Bethlehem Institute
- M.A., Bethel Seminary (Theological Studies)
- Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Biblical Theology)
- “Jesus’ Kingly Blessings for the Nations: A Missiological Understanding of Matthew 1:1,” JGC 1, no. 1 (2015): 79–91.
- “Churches in Cameroon: Battling to Rejoice in the Riches of Christ” 9Marks Journal, (2016): 7–9.
- “Advent Exists Because Worship Doesn’t” desiringGod.org, (2017)
- “The Pattern of Suffering: Treading Where the Saints Have Trodden” at the Bethlehem Conference for Pastors + Church Leaders
- “Parable of the Soils” at Bethlehem College & Seminary
- “What is Meaningful Church Membership” at Bethlehem College & Seminary