Jason G. Duesing

Jason Duesing serves as the Provost, Senior Vice President for Academic Administration, and Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. 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. 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 is married to Kalee, and together they have four children.

Apr 9

On the third day He rose again — A Sonnet for Easter by Jason G. Duesing

In the mornings this year I’ve been re-reading a fourth century masterpiece. While Athanasius’s On the Incarnation is remarkable, it was C. S. Lewis who termed it a ‘masterpiece’ in his famous introduction to a new English translation of Athanasius’s work. As I read through the chapters of De Incarnatione Verbi Dei, I started summarizing each of the […]

Dec 30

Jason Duesing on Why Hope is Important for Our Current Cultural Context by Jason G. Duesing

FTC.co asks Jason Duesing, provost and professor of historical theology at Midwestern Seminary, “Why is hope important for our current cultural context?”

May 6

Jason Duesing on Adverbs in Theological Writing by Jason G. Duesing

In this video, FTC.co talked with Dr. Jason Duesing on the role of adverbs in theological writing. 

Dec 21

In the Fog, There are Tidings of Comfort and Joy by Jason G. Duesing

Series: The Lord and Literature

Yet, though already reigning King, Jesus will come again to rule and reign in full. Into our world of darkness of fog, he will return and dwell with us and reign over us.

Nov 30

A Symphonious Approach to Missions by Jason G. Duesing

It is more helpful to think of the modern missions movement like other movements in church history and to minimize the emphasis on titles in favor of assessing all the component parts and their unique contributions that serve to make up the movement as a whole.

Jul 15

What Nature Can (and Should) Teach Kids About God by Jason G. Duesing

Series: Beholding and Becoming

Nature can, and should, teach kids about God. For looking to nature, and then to the Bible, to learn something new about God equips children (and adults) to find joy in the world God has made and in the grand task of making Him known to the world.

Jun 22

William Carey: Keeping the Grand End in View by Jason G. Duesing

The barometer of faithfulness in Christian ministry is judged not by what one may bring as an individual to the work of the kingdom, but rather what one contributes as a servant in the churches of the kingdom, whether known or in obscurity.

May 25

The Moon Speaks: A Q&A with Jason G. Duesing by Jason G. Duesing

An interview with Jason G. Duesing about this new children’s book, The Moon Speaks, available now from B&H Kids.

Feb 25

The Lord’s Remembrancer by Jason G. Duesing

Historical theology can be done for the church when historical theologians bring out the treasures from the doctrines of history and serve them as the Lord’s Remembrancers.

Feb 15

Historical Theology for the Church: A Q&A with Jason Duesing and Nathan Finn by Jason G. Duesing and Nathan Finn

Historical theology for the church is helpful when it functions as a friend and not a rival to its companion disciplines.