Patrick Schreiner

Associate Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology
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Patrick Schreiner is Associate Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He previously taught at Western Seminary in Portland Oregon (2014–20) and received his Ph.D. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2014).

He is the author of a number of books, including The Body of Jesus: A Spatial Analysis of the Kingdom in Matthew (T&T Clark), The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross (Crossway), Matthew, Disciple and Scribe: The First Gospel and Its Portrait of Jesus (Baker),  and The Ascension of Christ: Recovering a Neglected Doctrine (Lexham Press). He has also contributed chapters to God’s Glory Revealed in Christ: Essays on Biblical Theology in Honor of Thomas R. Schreiner (B&H) and Baptists and the Christian Tradition: Toward an Evangelical Baptist Catholicity (B&H).

He has several forthcoming books including a commentary on Acts (B&H), The Visual Word: An Illustrated Guide to the New Testament Books (Moody), and God’s Plan for His People: A Theology of Acts (Crossway). He also will contribute to some edited books on the Gospel of Matthew and the Trinity. He writes for academic journals such as Currents in Biblical Research and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, as well as more popular publications such as The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, and 9 Marks. He previously hosted a podcast with Western Seminary called Food Trucks in Babylon.

He previously served as an elder in Portland Oregon, participated in the internship at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, and was on staff at a church during college. He has traveled to Papua New Guinea and Cameroon for mission trips/teaching.

Dr. Schreiner loves watching students see the depths and beauty of the Scriptures. This translates into a greater love for God and others as he trains ministers of the gospel who will go out to the nation and the world with the healing message of Jesus.

He is married to Hannah and they have four children. They love good local food, the outdoors, sports, and he enjoys serving local churches through teaching and preaching. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.


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