B.A. (Calvary Bible College)
M.A. (Calvary University)
Ph.D. (Student; Calvary University)
Johnson, Christopher. “Different Roots: Allegorical Hermeneutics, Part 2,” in The Green
Tree: And the Hermeneutic Roots of Biblical Faith and Practice, eds. Cone, Christopher, and
John Oglesby, eds. Independence, MO: Exegetica Publishing, 2021.
Johnson, Christopher. “Different Roots: Redemptive Hermeneutics,” in The Green Tree: And the Hermeneutic Roots of Biblical Faith and Practice, eds. Cone, Christopher, and John Oglesby, eds. Independence, MO: Exegetica Publishing, 2021.
Johnson, Christopher.“ Ruth’s Resolve Is a Problem Solved: Ruth 1:6 –18,”
Interdisciplinary Journal on Biblical Authority, vol. 3, no. 6, 2023.
Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies
Professor Johnson is from Shawnee, Kansas, a midwestern suburb in the Kansas City area. After a dozen years of voluntary ministries to include: jails, hospitals, juvenile detention centers, detox facilities, and retirement communities, he realized both an external and internal
confirmation to attend seminary studies in the area of pastoral ministries.
As a graduate student, Professor Johnson was afforded opportunities to teach first-year Greek, first-year Hebrew and Old Testament Survey I & II. He loves to teach and even more so to engage the student who has questions or wants to discuss the subject matter. Chris is currently taking his final two courses in a dual emphasis (Biblical Theology and Systematic Theology), five-year PhD program that is a hybrid of the European (research) and American (coursework) models. He expects to be a PhD candidate in the fall of ‘23 and to defend his dissertation in the spring of ’24. He intends to turn his dissertation into a pedagogical work in the discipline of exegetical methodology.
Alongside his academic studies, Professor Johnson also served the local church as an associate pastor, interim pastor, church planter, minister of music, and still continues to do pulpit supply. Recently, he and his wife joined a small, rural church which recently underwent a replant.
Professor Johnson is the husband of his one wife Donna who he has been married to for 20 years. They have five children and eight grandchildren. He enjoys playing blues guitar, studying the original languages, discussing all things Bible, and witnessing to door-to-door solicitors or any attentive ear.