In the latter part of Carl F. H. Henry’s career, he wrote a regular column for Christianity Today called “Footnotes.” Designed specifically for the founding editor of CT, this column gave Henry space to write and provide “footnote” like comments on whatever topics or issues he desired.
As a nod to Henry, the 20th century’s theologian of evangelicalism, and his column, this version of “Footnotes” is the collection of remarks and publications by Jason G. Duesing.
Serving Christ at the end of all things (1 Peter 4:7) for the glory of God (1 Peter 4:11) and the joy of all nations (Psalm 67:4), Duesing is the academic Provost and Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary & College. He came to MBTS after serving for more than a decade on the administrative leadership team and faculty at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. His various roles at SWBTS included assistant to the president, chief of staff in the office of the president, and most recently, vice president for strategic initiatives. Duesing also served as Southwestern Seminary’s acting provost during the 2011-12 academic year. In the classroom, he was assistant professor of Historical Theology. Duesing earned his Ph.D. in Historical Theology and Baptist Studies from Southwestern Seminary in 2008. He also holds a M.Div. from Southeastern Seminary and a B.A. in Speech Communications from Texas A&M University in College Station.
Duesing serves as a research fellow for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, on the board of directors for the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, academic editor of the Midwestern Journal of Theology, and general editor for For the Church resources. He is also a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and regular contributor to Baptist Press.
Duesing is married to Kalee, and together they have two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve: Gracyn, Ford, Lindsey, and George.
For a listing of Duesing’s published works see here.