My name is Chris Woznicki. I received a B.A. in Philosophy at UCLA. I received my M.A. in Theology (Biblical Studies Emphasis) at Fuller Theological Seminary. I am currently working on my PhD in systematic theology at Fuller Seminary under Oliver Crisp. I am very interested in Analytic theology and the theology of Edwards, Torrance. I am also interested in the Trinity, atonement, and prayer. I was the College Ministry Director at The Church at Rocky Peak for 6 year. I teach New Testament classes at a Eternity Bible College in Simi Valley. I am also a founding board member for Equipping the Church International, an organization that provides theological training for under-resourced pastors in Latin America.

My calling is to equip the church for the sake of the missio Dei and my desire is to see Christians live resurrection lives in whatever context God has placed them in. I hope that this blog helps some people to do that. I love teaching the Bible and helping people live out missional lives. I’m very privileged get to do this in both a church setting and an academic setting. I love learning, I am a bibliophile. My bookshelf is filled with systematic theology, philosophy, and biblical studies books. Don’t take this blog too seriously, because I don’t…

I love spending time with my wife Amelia and in my spare time I enjoy reading, writing, training for obstacle course racing, hiking, and hanging out at Starbucks.

My CV.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. HI Chris. I just read your review of my book, Prelude to Philosophy. Thanks for your insightful review. I think you captured what I was trying to accomplish in the book.

  2. Chris, is there any way to have conversation with you? Thanks for your thoughtful reading of the Visions book. Of course I wish that we could sit and talk about many things.

  3. Dear Mr. Woznicki:

    I am currently a staff member on the Hill News at St. Lawrence University. I am writing an article/ literary journalism piece on the difficulties of being a pastor and raising a family. I noticed that you wrote a review on Brian Croft’s The Pastor’s Family: Shepherding Your Family through the Challenges of Pastoral Ministry, and I would love an opportunity to ask you a few questions about your views and experiences on this topic.

    Please let me know if this would be possible, I would truly appreciate it. I can be reached by phone at by e-mail at aerich11@stlawu.edu.

    Enjoy the upcoming weekend and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Best Wishes,
    Ashley Richardson

    1. Hello Ashley,

      I would be glad to answer any questions you might have! I just sent you an email. I think it will be easier to communicate that way.

    1. Hi Jonathan,

      That sounds interesting, I would love some details. I sent you an email today. I am looking forward to hearing back from you.

  4. Hey Chris, I’d love to use some of your content in a sermon this week. If you don’t mind, how would you like me to reference to your work on Colossians 1:6 and Genesis 1? Thanks, bro!

    1. Hey Justin,

      Feel free to use it – you can say something like “blogger Chris Woznicki says….” I’m not a big stickler on how people cite what I say (especially if its on my blog).

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