Guest Biography From: http://translatingfaith.blogspot.com/p/ronnie-campbell.html
Ronnie (P.J.) Campbell has a BA in Youth Ministry (Moody Bible Institute), a MAR in Biblical Studies (Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary), a MARS in Philosophy of Religion/Philosophical Theology (Liberty University), and is working on a PhD in Theology and Apologetics (Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary). He is currently adjunct professor at Liberty University's School of Religion and at Grand Canyon University's School of Theology.
As an adjunct instructor, Ronnie has taught courses on systematic theology, Christian worldview, philosophy, and biblical interpretation. He is passionate about discipling students and walking alongside them in their academic journey. He is most passionate about seeing them grow in their walk with Jesus.
Ronnie has presented papers at the Eastern regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society and the International Society of Christian Apologetics on topics related to God and time, the problem of evil, and Christianity and culture. Further, he has been involved as associate editor for Elutheria, an online peer-reviewed journal for students hosted by Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. His research interests include, but not limited to:
The Doctrine of God
Theology and Philosophy of Time
The Problem of Evil
Apologetics (Philosophical, Historical, and Cultural)
The Resurrection and Afterlife
He has also served as a youth pastor for two different congregations.
In his spare time, Ronnie enjoys hanging out with his wife, Debbie, and three kids, Abigayle Grace (5 years), Caedmon Alexzander (3 years), and Caleb Justus (>1). He also enjoys a fine cup of coffee with a friend, having deep conversations, playing guitar, reading good books, and watching science fiction.