Reformation Bible College is seeking a full-time, residential professor of Christian thought. The professor of Christian thought must uphold the confessional standards of Reformation Bible College, teach Christian thought courses within the Reformed tradition, produce scholarship that serves the church, and support the vision, purpose, distinctives, and convictions of RBC. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to teach courses in the Christian thought curriculum at RBC, such as courses in philosophy, great works, church history, and historical theology. Depending on the experience of the candidate, this position may also involve teaching courses in biblical and theological studies.
- Completed terminal degree, preferably a PhD or equivalent, in theological studies or related field.
- Ability to subscribe (with approved exceptions) to the Westminster Standards, Three Forms of Unity, or 1689 London Baptist Confession.
- Ability to affirm (with approved exceptions) the Ligonier Statement of Faith: Extended Version.
- Ability to affirm classical apologetics in the tradition of R.C. Sproul’s Defending Your Faith, Consequences of Ideas, and Classical Apologetics.
- Membership in good standing at a reformed evangelical church.
- Experience teaching at the college or seminary level is desirable.
- Commitment to teaching Reformed theology in an undergraduate, Bible college program with an emphasis on education as a form of discipleship.
- Commitment to producing scholarship in the Reformed tradition, especially content for the church in keeping with the mission and vision of Reformation Bible College and Ligonier Ministries.
- Ability to align with and support the vision, purpose, distinctives, and convictions of Reformation Bible College.
- Ability to use Microsoft Office or Apple office productivity programs.