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Dr. Michael Whitlock

Associate Professor of Theology


Faculty | School of Theology and Missions | Speaker's Bureau

Office Phone

706-865-2134, ext. 6607



Hood Building 100
  • Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas
  • M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas
  • B.A.,┬áSam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas
  • Systematic Theology
  • Anabaptist Theology
  • Biblical Studies
  • Historical Theology: Reformation theology; Sixteenth Century Anabaptism
  • Systematic Theology: Scripture; Christology; Ecclesiology
  • Biblical Studies: Biblical Theology; New Testament Exegesis
  • Member of The Evangelical Theological Society
  • “Anabaptist Beginnings in Zurich,” “Theories of Anabaptist Origins,” “The Missionary Growth of Anabaptism,” “Anabaptist Martyrs,” “The Aberration of Munster,” “The Consolidation of the Anabaptist Movement: Hutterites and Mennonites.” In The Anabaptists and Contemporary Baptists:Restoring New Testament Christianity. Malcolm B. Yarnell III ed. Nashville: B & H Academic, 2013.
  • “Balthasar Hubmaier’s Doctrine of Justification by Faith.” Southwestern Journal of Theology. 56 no. 2 (Spring 2014) 145-62.
  • “The Sufficiency of Scripture,” “The Believers’ Church,” “Conrad Grebel,” “Hans Hut.” In The Anabaptist Way: Retracing the Footsteps of our Forefathers. Cleveland, GA: Treutt McConnell University, 2017.
  • Theological issues
  • Reformation
  • Anabaptist theology
  • Pulpit supply
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Michael Whitlock is an Associate Professor of Theology at Truett McConnell University. His research interests are in Systematic and Historical Theology focusing on Sixteenth Century Anabaptism. His educational background includes a M.A. in Theology and a Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Further, he has a passion for the local church and the text-driven preaching of Scripture. Dr. Whitlock has also served on three church staffs in youth ministry and seven years as a pastor in Mineral Wells, Texas.