Kimberley Kroll

Assistant Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology

Kimberley grew up in Long Island, NY. She has spent the past eleven years fluttering about, living in four different states and on three continents. Kimberley received a Master of Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary, a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Biola University, and a Ph.D. in Theology from the University of St Andrews (Scotland) during which she spent time as a graduate fellow at the Center for Philosophy and Religion at the University of Notre Dame. Her primary area of academic focus is Analytic Theology with an emphasis in Pneumatology, Epistemology, and Metaphysics. If she is not teaching, reading, or writing, you can find her on some sort of outdoor adventure with her pup Numa.



“The Metaphor of the Vine: a case for a Merger Model of Indwelling”, Puzzle Catalogue for New Visions in Theological Anthropology (University of St Andrews, 2021).

“On the Revelation of the Holy Spirit and the Problem of Thirdness” in The Third Person of the Trinity, eds. Oliver D. Crisp and Fred Sanders (Zondervan Academic: Grand Rapids, 2020) 71-96. co-author Joanna Leidenhag

“Indwelling without the Indwelling Holy Spirit: A Critique of Ray Yeo’s Modified Account”, Journal of Analytic Theology. Volume 7, 124-141. (2019)