Professor

Rev. Michael J. Glodo


Education

  • University of Illinois, B.S.
  • Covenant Theological Seminary, MDiv, Th.M.
  • Westminster Theological Seminary, Th.M.

Teaching Career

  • Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL

Other Career Highlights

  • Served six years as Stated Clerk (chief administrative officer) of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
  • Dean of Chapel
  • Pastoral roles at churches in the St. Louis region

Publications

  • “Dispensationalism” in Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives, ed. Guy Waters (2020).
  • “One Baptism – ‘NIB’,” Westminster Society Journal (Summer 2018).
  • “A Divine Cover-Up?” Reformed Faith & Practice (Spring 2018).
  • “Covenant Sign and Seal,” Reformed Faith & Practice (Sept 2017).
  • Review of R. Kent Hughes’ A Pastor’s Book, Reformed Faith & Practice (Sept 2016).
  • “Numbers” and “Judges” in Biblical Theological Introduction to the Old Testament, ed. Miles Van Pelt.
  • “The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible’s Grand Narrative,” in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52:2 (2009), 359-362.
  • “The Good Soil,” in Tabletalk Magazine June 1 (2009).
  • “Covenant Sign and Seal: The Symbolic Significance of Circumcision and Its Application to the New Testament Believer Part 1,” published in Reformed Perspectives Magazine 3:20 (2001), an online publication of Third Millennium Ministries.
  • “Covenant Sign and Seal: The Symbolic Significance of Circumcision and Its Application to the New Testament Believer Part 2,” published in Reformed Perspectives Magazine 3:21 (2001), an online publication of Third Millennium Ministries.
  • Sola Ecclesia: The Lost Reformation Doctrine,” in Reformation and Revival9:4 (2000), 91-97.”
  • “The Bible in Stereo: New Opportunities for Biblical Interpretation in an A-rational Age,” in David Dockery, ed., The Challenge of Postmodernism: An Evangelical Engagement. Wheaton: Bridgepoint/Victor (1999), 148-172.