Dr. Andre Gazal
PROFESSOR OF HISTORICAL & SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
Phone: 715.324.6999 ext. 2115
- BA, Asbury College
- MDiv, Reformed Theological Seminary
- PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
About Andre Gazal
Dr. Gazal and his wife, Agata, moved to Northland in the summer of 2010 from Chicago. In addition to having taught at Northland in an adjunct capacity for five years prior, Dr. Gazal served as Academic Dean and Professor of Bible and Theology at Eucon International College, (Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands), and taught history, Bible, and Latin at Heritage Christian Academy while also serving on staff at Calvary Baptist Church, both in Englewood, Florida.
Andre and Agata have a son, George, who keeps them both quite busy. Dr. Gazal has a passion for the communication of God’s Word throughout the world. Additionally, his interests include literature, baroque music, liturgical studies, politics, and hiking.
- THG 651 | Systematic Theology I
- THG 652 | Systematic Theology II
- THG 661 | Systematic Theology III
- HIS 602 | Church History II
- THG 667 | Theology of English Reformers
- Scripture and Royal Supremacy in Tudor England: The Use of Old Testament and Historical Narrative (United Kingdom: Mellen Press, 2012).
- “Justification by Obedience: Faith and Words in the Royal Theology of Henry VIII and His Apologists.” In Since We are Justified by Faith: Justification in the Theologies of the Protestant Reformation, edited by Michael Parsons. Paternoster, 2012.
- T&T Clark Companion to Reformation Theology (T&T Clark, April 2012) | Contributor
- “John Jewel,” in New Dictionary of Theology (InterVarsity, forthcoming revision)
- “Commentary on 1 Thessalonians 4:6 and ‘A Paper on Usury.’” Journal of Markets & Morality 15:1 (Spring 2012): 273-313. | DOWNLOAD
- “John Jewel’s Doctrine of Scriptural Infallibility.” Trinity Journal 29 NS (2008): 83-106.
- Review of Robert Letham, The Westminster Assembly: Reading Its Theology in Historical Context in Trinity Journal 33 NS (2012): 320-22.
- Review of Korey Maas, The Reformation and Robert Barnes: History, Theology, and Polemic in Early Modern England in Trinity Journal 33 NS (2012): 141-43.
- Review of Eric Nelson, Hebrew Republic: Jewish Sources and the Transformation of European Political Thought in Trinity Journal 33 NS (2012): 143-44.
- Review of John King, ed., Tudor Books and Readers: Materiality and the Construction of Meaning, in Church History (March 2012): 179-180.
- Review of Michele Osherow, Biblical Women’s Voices in Early Modern England, in The Sixteenth Century Journal 42 (2011): 784-85.
- Review of Daniel Eppley, Defending Royal Supremacy and Discerning God’s Will in Tudor England, in Trinity Journal 31 NS (2010): 165-166.
- Review of Torrance Kirby, The Zurich Connection and Tudor Political Theology, in Trinity Journal 31 NS (2010): 167-168.
- Review of Johannes Roldanus, The Church in the Age of Constantine, in Trinity Journal 30 NS (2009): 311-312.
- Review of Paul Chilcote, ed., Early Methodist Spirituality, in Trinity Journal 30 NS (2009): 316-317.
- Review of Kenneth J. Stewart, Restoring the Reformation: British Evangelicalism and the Francophone ‘rzveil, 1816-1849,in Trinity Journal 28 NS (2007): 331-333.
- Review of Thomas Oden, Turning Around the Mainline: How Renewal Movements are Changing the Church, in Trinity Journal 28 NS (2007): 333-334.
- Review of Gary Jenkins, John Jewel and the English National Church: The Dilemma of an Erastian Reformer, in Trinity Journal 27 NS (2006): 333-335.
- Review of Paul Helm, Calvin’s Ideas, in Trinity Journal 27 NS (2006): 332-333.
- Review of Jim Owen, The Historic Fundamentalists, in Trinity Journal 27 NS (2006): 338-339.
- Review of Mark Thompson, A Sure Ground on Which To Stand: The Relation of Authority and Interpretive Method in Luther’s Approach to Scripture, in Trinity Journal 26 NS (2005): 337-338.
- “Just War: A Survey of Christian Views,” presented at a Forum on Just War. Northland International University, April 19, 2012.