Dr. Greg Salazar

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Salazar (PhD, University of Cambridge) is Assistant Professor of Historical Theology for the PhD program. Greg is originally from North Carolina and his passion for the Lord and theological study began at The University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). In 2009, Greg began his MDiv studies at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando). His doctoral research focused on the doctrinal, ecclesiological, and pietistic links between puritanism and the post-Reformation English Church in the lead-up to the Westminster Assembly, through the lens of the English clergyman and Westminster Assembly divine Daniel Featley (1582-1645).

Dr. Salazar’s ongoing research interests include: the history and theology of “Old Princeton” (1812-1929); post-Reformation history and theology; the development of Reformed dogmatics; Reformed pietism and “experimental” religion; the historical foundations for the doctrine of inerrancy; the doctrinal development of archetypal and ectypal theology; and the influence of Continental Reformed scholastic divines on English Puritanism.

Over the years, Dr. Salazar has sought to be active in the life of the local church through preaching and teaching. He and his family are grateful to be members of Harvest Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He is pursuing ordination in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) and is under care of the Presbytery of Michigan and Ontario. Greg has a particular passion that students would love Reformed experiential theology—believing that that the truths contained in Scripture should, by the power of the Spirit, penetrate our hearts, progressively enabling our minds, hearts, and character to be transformed and submitted to the lordship of Jesus Christ. He is married to Christie and they have three children.

“And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.”

2 Timothy 2:2

Book Reviews

Select list of book reviews by Dr. Salazar

  • Chad B. Van Dixhoorn, ed., ‘The Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly, 1643-1653, 5 volumes,’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012). Reviewed in the Puritan Reformed Journal (forthcoming).

  • Michael Davies, Anne Dunan-Page, and Joel Halcomb, eds., ‘Church Life: Pastors, Congregations, and the Experience of Dissent in Seventeenth-Century England,’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019). Reviewed in Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture (forthcoming).

  • ‘David Como, Radical Parliamentarians and the English Civil War,’ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018). Reviewed in Studies in Puritanism Journal (forthcoming).

  • W.B. Patterson, William Perkins and the Making of Protestant England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014). Reviewed in Journal of Ecclesiastical History 67 (2016), pp.197-8.

  • ‘Joshua Rodda, Public Religious Disputation in England, 1558-1626,’ (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014). Reviewed in the Journal of Ecclesiastical History 67 (2016), pp.656-7.

  • ‘Franciscus Junius, A Treatise on True Theology with the Life of Franciscus Junius,’ (Translated by David C. Noe. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2014). Reviewed in the Westminster Theological Journal 78 (2016), pp.181-4.

  • ‘Adonis Vidu, Atonement, Law, and Justice: The Cross in Cultural and Historical Contexts,’ (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014). Reviewed in Westminster Theological Journal (2016), pp.201-3.

  • ‘Johannes Polyander, Andreas Rivetus, Antonius Walaeus, and Anthonius Thysius, Synopsis Purioris Theologiae / Synopsis of a Purer Theology,’ (Edited by Dolf te Velde; Translated by Riemer A. Faber; Latin Text Edited by Rein Ferwerda. Leiden: Brill, 2014). Reviewed in Themelios 42 (2017), pp.184-6.


Select list of articles by Dr. Salazar

  • ‘Polemicist as Pastor: Daniel Featley’s Anti-Catholic Polemic and Countering Lay Doubt in England During the Early 1620s,’ in Francis Andrews, Charlotte Methuen, and Andrew Spicer, eds., Doubting Christianity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp.315-30.

  • ‘Defending Calvinism in England Before and After Dort,’ in Martin Klauber and Joel Beeke, eds., The published proceedings from Reformation Studies Section at ETS Annual Conference (2018). Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2019.

  • ‘The Beauty and Glory of the Puritan Millennium,’ in Joel R. Beeke, ed., The Beauty and Glory of the Last Things. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2019.

  • ‘The Primacy of Scripture, Preaching, and Piety,’ in Joel R. Beeke and Greg A. Salazar, eds., William Perkins, The Architect of Elizabethan Puritanism. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2019.

  • ‘Growing in Christ-likeness,’ in Joel R. Beeke, ed., Growing in Grace. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2020.

  • ‘Why You Should Read an Academic Journal,’ in Banner of Sovereign Grace Truth, November/December 2019.

  • ‘The Deuterocanonical Books’, in Tabletalk, January 2018.


Courses taught by Dr. Salazar

  • CH/ST859 – The Westminster Assembly

  • CH900 – Research Methodology

  • CH904 – English Paleography in the 16th-18th Centuries

  • CH920 – Documents, Doctrines, and Eras: The Post-Reformation in England (1603 – c.1700)

  • CH961 – The English Reformation

  • CH963 – English Puritan Theology

  • CH965 – The Life and Theology of William Perkins and William Ames

  • CH968 – Puritan Approaches to Scriptural Interpretation

  • CH999 – Directed Study

  • Issues in Counseling

  • Puritan Piety and Practical Divinity