Nathan Busenitz

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Dean of Faculty, Associate Professor of Theology

B.A., The Master's University
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 University in 2000 as an adjunct faculty member in the Communication Department. In summer 2004, he taught Bibliology and Hermeneutics for TMU’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. He currently serves as one of the pastors of Cornerstone, a fellowship group at Grace Community Church.

Publications:
Long Before Luther
Reasons We Believe
Living a Life of Hope
Men of the Word

Posts by Nathan Busenitz

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Christ’s Resurrection: The Source of Hope

Nathan Busenitz | April 19, 2019

The hope of heaven is predicated on the reality of Christ’s resurrection. It provides the basis on which believers can face death with unflinching confidence.

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Not a Wonderful Life: What if Jesus Had Never Been Born?

Nathan Busenitz | December 20, 2018

If Jesus had never been born, we would have no salvation from sin, no victory over death, and no mediator between us and God. But because of the incarnation, we have a place in the family of God through faith. Take time this Christmas to reflect on those theological truths—worshipping the One who humbled Himself for our sakes.

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I Can Do All Things

Nathan Busenitz | October 2, 2017

By taking Philippians 4:13 out of context, many people have actually turned it on its head—making it mean the opposite of what it actually means. They have turned it into a slogan of personal empowerment. For many, this verse has been trivialized into a declaration of self-achievement, ambition, and accomplishment.

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