Charles Johnson III
History & Ecumenics
Charles Johnson III received degrees in biblical studies and theology before concentrating on intellectual and cultural history. Prior to doctoral work at Princeton Seminary, he worked as a research assistant at the Augustinian Institute of Villanova University and as copy editor for the journal Augustinian Studies. His research focuses on early modern educational culture, the intersections of Renaissance humanism and religious reform, and the reception of ancient and late antique authors. He also maintains an interest in teaching, translating, and editing Neo-Latin texts.
Reforming Humanism: The Educational Vision, Activity, and Legacy of Heinrich Bullinger
“Preaching is one of the most important things we do as pastors. You get to challenge people’s minds and hearts, as the gospel challenges all of us. ”