Curtis Freeman


 Curtis Freeman

E-mailcfreeman@div.duke.edu
AddressPost Office Box 90968
Durham, NC 27708
Phone919-660-3400
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Research Professor of Theology, Duke University Divinity School

B.A., Baylor University,
Ph.D., Baylor University,
M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,

Curtis Freeman teaches historical theology. His dissertation and earlier research was on Augustine of Hippo, but more recently his work has explored areas of free church theology. His two edited books, Ties That Bind (Smyth and Helwys), and Baptist Roots (Judson Press), and numerous articles seek to describe the development of a distinctly Baptist theological tradition. He recently authored chapters in a book on Baptist Sacramentalism entitled To Feed Upon By Faith and Can the Secular Be Sanctified? in The Future of Baptist Higher Education. His article God in Three Persons: Baptist Unitarianism and the Trinity appeared in the fall 2006 issue of Perspectives in Religious Studies. He is currently doing research on Baptists in the South from 1750-1850 and is writing a book tentatively titled Confessions of an Other Baptist. He is active in the Baptist World Alliance, serving on the Doctrine and InterChurch Cooperation Commission

Areas of Interest

Historical Theology;



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