Jon Hoglund, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor of Theology and Global Studies

Jonathan Hoglund teaches classes in theology and global studies. He longs to see the global church empowered and equipped for making disciples and establishing healthy churches. He served for thirteen years training ministry leaders in Ukraine and Vietnam before coming to Bethlehem College & Seminary. Between those two assignments, he completed his Ph.D. in systematic theology at Wheaton College. He is the author of Called by Triune Grace (IVP, 2016).

He enjoys both borsch and phở, shashlik and seafood hotpot, and especially the local church around the world. Whether teaching ancient history, the doctrine of God, or contextualization, Professor Hoglund aims to mobilize and mentor men and women for joining in the worldwide task of gospel proclamation.

Professor Hoglund is married to Andrea. They have four children.

 

Books

  • Called by Triune Grace: Divine Rhetoric and the Effectual Call. Studies in Christian Doctrine and Scripture. Downer’s Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2016.
  • Deuteronomy. International Theological Commentary. London: T & T Clark, under contract. Articles and Reviews
  • “Recapitulation.” Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, forthcoming.
  • Missionary and Theologian: Can we Combine Them? Review of E.C. Burns, The Missionary- Theologian.” The Gospel Coalition. July 19, 2021.
  • Review of Cortez, Marc, Joshua R. Farris, and S. Mark Hamilton, eds. Being Saved: Explorations in Human Salvation. Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies, forthcoming.
  • Should the Children of Missionaries Study the Local Language?” Training Leaders International, 2019. (with Andrea Hoglund)
  • Review of Tâm T. T. Ngô, The New Way: Protestantism and the Hmong in Vietnam. Journal of Global Christianity 4.1 (2018), 91-93.
  • Review of Christopher Cleveland, Thomism in John Owen. Journal of Reformed Theology 9.4 (2015): 421–23.
  • “Review of Albert Gootjes, Claude Pajon (1626–1685) and the Academy of Saumur.” Journal of Reformed Theology 9.2 (2015): 215–17.

Presentations

  • “Worship and the Called: What the Bible Says about Our Spiritual Disciplines.” Southeast Asia Network for the Gospel. Bangkok, Thailand. Nov, 2018.
  • “Christ, Culture, and the Church: Presenting H. Richard Neibuhr’s Taxonomy.” The Protestant Faith: A Roundtable. Hanoi Bible College, Hanoi, Vietnam. December 5, 2017 [“Đấng Christ, hội thánh và Văn hóa: luận điểm của H. Richard Niebuhr”].
  • “Theodramatic Rescription: Pastoral Implications of a Dialogical Effectual Call,” Theology for Pastoral Care and Counseling section. Evangelical Theological Society, November 20, 2014.
  • “The Regulating Function of the Biblical Term ‘Heart’ for Theological Anthropology,” Evangelical Theological Society. November 21, 2013.
  • “Claude Pajon on Grace in Conversion,” Covenant Seminary Theology Conference, St. Louis, MO. January 22, 2013.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

  • B.A. (Biblical Languages), The Master’s College
  • M.A. (Biblical Exegesis), Wheaton College Graduate School
  • M.A. (Historical and Systematic Theology), Wheaton College Graduate School
  • Ph.D. (Systematic Theology), Wheaton College