Ryan Glomsrud

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Associate Professor of Historical Theology
Ryan Glomsrud

Dr. Glomsrud has taught historical theology as a visiting instructor at Westminster Seminary California since 2007. He joined the faculty after completing a Graduate in Residence program at Harvard Divinity School and a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the History Department at Harvard University. He is an ordained elder at Christ United Reformed Church (URCNA) in Santee, CA. His research interests include Reformation and early modern theology, nineteenth century Protestantism, the theology of Karl Barth, and modern European intellectual history. Dr. Glomsrud is the Executive Editor of Modern Reformation magazine and has published scholarly articles on historical theology.

Dr. Glomsrud and his wife, Elizabeth, have a son and a daughter and reside in Escondido.

An interview with Ryan Glomsrud

He has written essays and articles in various publications, including:
Modern Reformation
Engaging with Barth: Contemporary Evangelical Critiques (contributor)
The Journal for the History of Modern Theology/Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte
HT501 Intro. to Historical Theology
HT620 The Theology of Friedrich Schleiermacher
HT634 Reformed Theology and 20th-Century Roman Catholicism
HT637 Trinity and Incarnation in Modern Theology
HT640 Kierkegaard on Faith, Modern Culture, and the Church
HT645 Dostoevsky and Modern Christian Thought
HT650 The Life and Theology of Karl Barth
HT660 Post-War Theology, 1945-2000
HT700 Reformation Seminar
HT704 Modern Theology I Seminar: The Nineteenth Century
HT706 Modern Theology II Seminar: The Twentieth Century
CH701 Church in the Modern Age
Course descriptions are available in the WSC Catalogue.