John S. Feinberg, PhD
Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology (retired)
Faculty Since 1983
BA, University of California, Los Angeles
MDiv, Talbot Theological Seminary
ThM, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
MA, University of Chicago
PhD, University of Chicago
Prior to coming to Trinity, Dr. Feinberg taught at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and Liberty Baptist Seminary and College in Lynchburg, Virginia. He has also taught as a visiting professor at Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota; Freie Theological Academy in Giessen, West Germany; Italian Bible Institute in Finnochio, Italy; and Tyndale Theological Seminary in Badhoevedorp, Netherlands.
Dr. Feinberg’s areas of expertise include evil and suffering, ethics, divorce and remarriage, biblical prophecy, contemporary theology and philosophy, salvation, and apologetics.
He and his wife, Patricia, reside in Vernon Hills, Illinois. They have three children. In his spare time, Dr. Feinberg is an avid sports fan who also enjoys photography, music, and travel.
The Many Faces of Evil, Zondervan, 1994
Ethics for a Brave New World, Crossway, 1993
Tradition and Testament: Essays in Honor of Charles L. Feinberg, Moody, 1981
Continuity and Discontinuity, Crossway, 1988
Deceived by God: A Journey Through the Experience of Suffering, Crossway, 1997
No One Like Him: The Doctrine of God, Crossway, 2001
Awards, Affiliations, and Achievements
- Dr. Feinberg’s articles have appeared in publications such as Fundamentalist Journal, Eternity, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, and Trinity Journal. He has written chapters in Predestination and Free Will, Hermeneutics, Inerrancy, & the Bible, and Evangelical Dictionary of Theology.
- Since 1985, Dr. Feinberg has served as a consultant for academic books with Crossway Books.