Richard Lints

Dr. Richard Lints

Address130 Essex Street
South Hamilton, MA 1982

Professor of Theology and Apologetics, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Visiting Professor of Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary in California

B.A., Westminster College,
M.A., University of Notre Dame,
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame,
A.M., University of Chicago,

Dr. Lints has overlapping interests in systematic theology, Biblical theology, philosophy and cultural studies. He has authored the Fabric of Theology, co-authored 101 Terms in Philosophy for Theology Students, edited the collection of essays, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective, and has a forthcoming work entitled, Radical Ironies: Religion, the 1960s and the Dawn of the Postmodern World.

Dr Lints joined the Gordon-Conwell faculty in 1986. He has also taught at Trinity College (Bristol, UK) Notre Dame, Yale Divinity School and Gordon College.

Dr. Lints is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America. He has been a church planter and served in a variety of other pastoral positions in churches. He and his wife, Ann, reside in Boxborough, Massachusetts, and have three children, Catherine, Sarah and Lucas.

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