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Trent Rogers

Trent Rogers, PhD

Dean of SBTS, Assistant Professor of NT and Greek


Dr. Trent Rogers teaches courses in New Testament and Greek. He is passionate about teaching the Bible and leading students to love and serve God, who has revealed Himself in the Bible. He has published in the areas of the Pauline Epistles, New Testament Greek, and Hellenistic Judaism. Prior to coming to Cedarville University, Trent served as Pastor for Adult Ministries at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville, Ohio, where he is still an active member.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in New Testament, Loyola University Chicago
  • M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • B.A. in Classical Greek, Wabash College

Scholarly Works

  • God and the Idols: Representations of God in 1 Corinthians 8-10 (Trent A. Rogers) Faculty Books (2016)
  • A Syntactical Analysis of οὖν in Papyrus 66 (Trent A. Rogers) Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (2012)
  • The Transformation of Mary Magdalene in non-Gnostic Literature (Trent A. Rogers) Chicago Society of Biblical Research (2012)
  • Matthew’s Mountain Setting: Defining the Community’s Identity in Worship (Trent A. Rogers) Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (2011)
  • Philo’s Universalization of the Sinai Event in De Decalogo (Trent A. Rogers) Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (2011)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


  • Interests: Teaching and serving in my church, hiking with my family, fishing, weightlifting, splitting firewood
  • Why Cedarville: I am excited to serve at Cedarville because I have seen the impact that a Cedarville education has had in forming the next generation of Christians to impact the world with Gospel of Jesus Christ.