Jeremy Kimble, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Theology
Dr. Jeremy Kimble is passionate about teaching college students the truth of God’s Word. His hope is that through his courses, students will grow in their love for God and others, rightly understand the grand narrative of Scripture, and apply theological truths to everyday life. Dr. Kimble is committed to teaching in the classroom, mentoring students in smaller settings, and speaking in churches, camps, and conference settings. He served in pastoral ministry for eight years and currently serves as a co-leader of an adult Sunday School class at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville. Dr. Kimble's academic interests include biblical and systematic theology, ecclesiology, hermeneutics and homiletics, discipleship and spiritual growth, and biblical and pastoral leadership.
Education and Credentials
- Ph.D. in Theological Studies, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Th.M. in Systematic Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- M.Div. in Theological Studies, Winebrenner Theological Seminary
- B.S. in Bible and Pastoral Ministry, Baptist Bible College
- How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading? (Jeremy M. Kimble) 2021
- Invitation to Biblical Theology (Ched Spellman and Jeremy Kimble) 2020
- 40 Questions About Church Membership and Discipline (Jeremy M. Kimble) 2017
- That His Spirit May Be Saved: Church Discipline as a Means to Repentance and Perseverance (Jeremy M. Kimble) 2013
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »
- Doctrine of the Church
- Doctrine of Scripture
- Hiking in beautiful places (like Rocky Mountain National Park), biking, travel, spending time with family, reading
- Why I am at Cedarville: It is an amazing privilege to be teaching at an institution like Cedarville. I am grateful to work alongside faculty, staff, and students here to integrate the Christian faith into all areas of life. I believe we are training the future leaders that will in turn impact the world with precise thinking, passionate affections, and godly action, all aimed at glorifying Jesus Christ.