Linebaugh Jonathan
April 21, 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Ecco Buckhead 3586 Peachtree Road Northeast Atlanta, GA 30326
Contact: Kyle Young


The Atlanta Beeson Alumni Fellowship invites you to dinner at Ecco Buckhead's private room. See their menu here. Spouses are welcome to join.

New BDS professor, Dr. Jonathan Linebaugh will be attending and will share some remarks. All alumni who register and attend will receive a copy of Dr. Linebaugh's book, The Word of the Cross: Reading Paul.

Jonathan Linebaugh came to Beeson Divinity School as the Anglican Chair of Divinity in 2022 from the University of Cambridge where he was a professor of New Testament and a fellow of Jesus College. His research and teaching focus on the texts, contexts and history of reading Paul’s letters, as well as the history and theology of the Reformation. Linebaugh will also serve as the director of the Institute of Anglican Studies, and he will teach courses in New Testament, Reformation theology and Anglican history, doctrine and worship.

Linebaugh, who was ordained in The Episcopal Church in 2008, has had an extensive preaching and education ministry in churches throughout the worldwide Anglican communion, especially in England and North America. He also serves on the Council of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Examination in Theology/Lambeth Research Degrees in Theology and is a Teaching Fellow for the Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies. He has also served on the Board of Trustees for Ridley Hall, an evangelical theological seminary in the Church of England.

Prior to Cambridge, he was an associate professor of New Testament at Knox Theological Seminary in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he also directed the Doctor of Ministry program in the History, Doctrine and Worship of the English Reformation. He serves on the editorial advisory board for the Library of Pauline Studies and is a member of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas. He is the author or editor of several books, including The Word of the Cross: Reading Paul and God’s Two Words: Law and Gospel in the Lutheran and Reformed Traditions.

He is married to Megan, and they have three children: Liam, Callie and Anna.