Hartog, Paul

Adjunct Professor Theology, Church History, Apologetics
MLIS, University of Wisconsin 2018
ThM in Ethics, St. Andrew's Theological College and Seminary 2008
PhD in New Testament/Early Christianity, Loyola University of Chicago 2000
MA in History, Iowa State University
MDiv in Theological Studies, Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary 1993
MA in Theological Studies, Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary 1992
BA in Biblical Studies, Faith Baptist Bible College 1991


Dr Hartog is an adjunct professor at Temple Baptist Seminary of Piedmont International University. He is an accomplished author and has also ministered as an assistant and associate pastor in Baptist churches in Slater, IA, Romeoville, IL, and Grimes, IA.  He and and his wife Alne have been blessed with three children (two sons and a daughter). He enjoys tennis, bicycling, and traveling with his sweetheart and family.

Courses Taught

Church History
New Testament
Ethics courses

Professional Academic Presentations

Dr. Hartog is the author or editor of four books (including works published by Mohr Siebeck and Oxford University Press), and he has written numerous articles, essays, and book reviews.  He is a member of several theological, philosophical, and historical academic societies.  And he has presented at academic conferences held at universities around the world, including Aarhus University, King's College London, Oxford University, the University of Amsterdam, the University of Birmingham, the University of Calgary, the University of Chicago, the University of Edinburgh, and the University of St Andrews.

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