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Jason K. Lee

Jason Lee, PhD

Professor of Theological Studies, Director of Center for Biblical Integration


Jason K. Lee joined the faculty of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Cedarville University in 2013. He previously served as a professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (NC) and at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (TX). He also previously served in pastoral ministry in Louisiana and Scotland. He currently serves as Discipleship Pastor at Heritage Fellowship Church in Springfield, Ohio. He has published books and essays in his fields of historical theology and theological interpretation.

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Education and Credentials

  • PhD in Historical Theology, University of Aberdeen (U.K.)
  • MDiv, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • BA, University of Mobile

Scholarly Works

  • The Theology of John Smyth: Puritan, Separatist, Baptist, Mennonite (Jason K. Lee) Faculty Books (2003)
  • The Reformers' Interpretation of Jesus' Teaching on Divorce and Marriage (Jason K. Lee) The Midwestern Journal of Theology (2016)
  • Baptism and Covenant (Jason K. Lee) Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty Publications (2008)
  • The Regula Fidei as a Guide for Biblical Preaching (Jason K. Lee) Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty Publications (2008)
  • The Reformers’ Interpretation of Trinitarian Texts in the Gospels of John and Matthew (Jason K. Lee) Evangelical Theological Society's 2016 Annual Meeting (2016)
  • Matthew in the Reformation Commentary on Scripture (2021); co-edited with William M. Marsh
  • The Seminary as a Textual Community (2021); co-edited with Ched Spellman

View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


  • Involvement in church activities and youth sports
  • Spending time with his wife, Kimberly, and their six children (and their spouses)
  • Running, outdoor activities
  • Following Alabama football and celebrating their recent national championships

Be sure to friend him on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @DrJasonKLee, but you may want to avoid his Instagram posts because they are mostly cute pictures of his kids.