Daniel Wilson | Professor of Bible & Church History
Dr. Wilson grew up in the foothills of the Ozarks outside a small town in Arkansas called Siloam Springs. He attended the University of Arkansas where he studied Animal Science, while planning on attending medical school. After he graduated from college, he decided to attend seminary at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where he earned an MDiv with languages. Afterwards, he pursued a PhD in Church History/Theology, where he focused on the patristic era. His dissertation is currently published by Westbow Press under the title "Deification and the Rule of Faith." Upon finishing his doctoral work, he began pastoring in North Carolina, where he ministered for seven years, until he came to the St. Louis area to serve at Grace Baptist Church in Granite City, a ministry at which he has served for over six years. He started teaching at BBC in 2015.
B.S., University of Arkansas (Summa Cum Laude), 1997
M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2000
Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2005
Systematic Theology 1
Systematic Theology III
World History I
World History II
New Testament Survey
College Study Methods
Pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Granite City, IL (gbcgranite.org)
Joined the Faculty in 2015.
Deification and the Rule of Faith, Westbow Press