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Allen Stanton

Allen is a doctoral student in the Historical Theology program at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary under the supervision of Dr. Adriaan Neele. His research focuses on post-Reformation developments with special attention paid to the establishment of Reformed theology at Old Princeton Seminary (ca. 1812-1929), America’s first Presbyterian seminary. His specialty focuses on the contributions of Samuel Miller (1769-1850) to the founding and establishment of the Princeton Theology.

Prior to the commencement of his doctoral studies at PRTS, Allen completed a B.S. in Social Sciences at Troy University in 2006; an MDiv at Reformed Theological Seminary in 2009, and a ThM in 2011 under the supervision of John Muether, and Andrew Hoffecker.

Alongside his scholarly work, he is also a Presbyterian pastor (PCA) in Southern Mississippi. He is married to Lindsay and they have three children (Hanna, Samuel, and Andrew).

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

2 Timothy 2:15


(1) Troy University (BSc in Social Sciences)

(2) Reformed Theological Seminary (MDiv)

(3) Reformed Theological Seminary (ThM)

(4) Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (PhD – in progress)