Assistant Professor of Theology

B.A., The Master's College
M.Div., The Master's Seminary
Th.M., The Master's Seminary
Ph.D., The Master's Seminary

Dr. Nathan Busenitz began teaching at The Master’s College in 2000, as an adjunct faculty member in the Communication Department. In summer 2004, he taught Bibliology and Hermeneutics for TMC’s Center of Professional Studies; and that same year began teaching English Grammar for The Master’s Seminary.

From 2003 to 2009, Nathan served as a full-time member of the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church. During this time, he worked as the director of the Shepherds’ Fellowship, the managing editor of Pulpit magazine, and also as the personal assistant to John MacArthur.

In 2008, Nathan began teaching Historical Theology at The Master’s Seminary, and joined the full-time faculty in 2009. He completed his doctorate in church history, with a specific focus on patristic theology.

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  • Doctrine in Focus: The Trinity
    Trinity
  • Why do Christians believe in the doctrine of the Trinity? Although the term Trinity does not occur in Scripture, the concept is inherently biblical. The Trinitarian nature of God is revealed implicitly in the Old Testament and explicitly in the New Testament. The doctrine of the Trinity is founded on two fundamental theological realities: (1) … read more »