John S. Feinberg, PhD


  • University of Iowa, postgraduate work
  • University of Chicago, MA and PhD
  • Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, ThM
  • Talbot Theological Seminary, MDiv
  • University of California, BA

Carrera docente

  • Department Chair and Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • Professor at Liberty Baptist Seminary and College (1981-1983)
  • Professor at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary (1976-1981)
  • Visiting professor at Bethel Theological Seminary
  • Guest lecturer at numerous schools across the United States
  • Visiting professor in Germany and Italy
  • Adjunct Professor, Tyndale Theological Seminary in the Netherlands
  • Instructor in Doctrine, Los Angeles Bible Training School (1969-1971)

Otros aspectos destacados de la carrera

  • Ordained minister
  • Preacher at local churches and holder of various pulpit supply roles in California, Idaho, Illinois, Oregon, and Wisconsin
  • Pastor of Elmwood Park Bible Church in Illinois (1974-1976)
  • Missionary work in Los Angeles (1970-1971)
  • Staff member for the American Board of Missions to the Jews, Inc. (1970-1974)
  • Member of the Evangelical Theological Society (with a term on the National Membership Committee during the mid-1980s)
  • Regular presenter at ETS regional and national conferences, the American Academy of Religion, and the Society of Biblical Literature
  • Roles as President and Vice President of the Evangelical Philosophical Society
  • Theological consultant for the academic division of Crossway Books


  • Articles in various journals in both Europe and North America, including submissions to the Evangelical Theological Journal, Trinity Journal, and Westminster Theological Journal
  • Author and editor of several books, including Ethics for a Brave New World, Deceived by God? A Journey Through Suffering,The Many Faces of Evil, and Where Is God?: A Personal Story of Finding God in Grief and Suffering
  • General editor of Crossway’s “Foundations of Evangelical Theology” series