Teachers, Churchmen, and Scholars

Posted On September 15, 2020

Written by Dr. John Tweeddale, academic dean and professor of theology

One of the great distinctives of Reformation Bible College is our faculty. We have a united faculty that speaks with one voice in the teaching of our students.

First, our faculty consists of committed churchmen. All of our faculty members are committed to the Westminster Confession of Faith as a summary of the Bible’s teaching. As committed churchmen, our faculty members teach Sunday School classes, preach, and teach. Our students often go to churches where our faculty members attend.

Second, our faculty is committed to the classroom. Both inside and outside of class, they are constantly teaching, discipling, and mentoring our students.

Third, our faculty is made up of committed scholars. They strive to produce scholarship that serves the people of God in understanding the truth of the Reformed faith.

The RBC faculty is united in each one of these areas. So, when students are studying the Bible, theology, history, philosophy, or the great works, our faculty is speaking with one voice: the truth of God’s Word.


Dr. John Tweeddale is academic dean and professor of theology at Reformation Bible College.

Learn More About RBC Faculty:
Meet the RBC Faculty

Dudreck, Mathison, Nichols, Salangsang, Shaw, and Tweeddale: On Studying the Bible

Faculty Panel Discussion at Always Ready

Three New Professors Join the RBC Faculty

Pressing Theological Issues

Read Other Articles Written by Dr. John Tweeddale:
How Do You Read Your Bible?

The Legacy of Theological Education

The Theological Life

What is Theology?

The Character of a Theologian