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Dr. Stephen G. Myers

Professor of Systematic & Historical Theology
Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Stephen Myers (PhD, University of Edinburgh) was reared in a Christian family and mercifully was brought to faith at a young age. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA), Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi (MDiv), and the University of Edinburgh (PhD). Prior to his appointment at PRTS, Dr. Myers served as the pastor of Pressly Memorial Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Statesville, N.C. While in the full-time pastorate, Dr. Myers also served as a visiting professor of theology at RTS Charlotte and a professor at International Biblical Seminary in Kiev, Ukraine. Along with Scottish Federalism and Covenantalism in Transition: The Theology of Ebenezer Erskine, Dr. Myers is the author of several reviews, journal articles, and forthcoming publications. In all of his work, Dr. Myers’s desire is to see biblical doctrine shape the lives and witness of God’s people around the world. Dr. Myers and his wife Lisa have four 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 Tim. 2:2



Select list of books authored or edited by Dr. Stephen Myers
  • Scottish Federalism and Covenantalism in Transition: The Theology of Ebenezer Erskine. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2015


Select list of articles by Dr. Stephen Myers
  • Review of Merit and Moses: A Critique of the Klinean Doctrine of Republication, by Andrew Elam, Robert van Kooten, and Randall Bergquist. Reformation21, September 2014.
  • Review of God with Us: Divine Condescension and the Attributes of God, by Scott Oliphint. Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 33, no. 2 (Autumn 2015): 252-254 .
  • “God, Owen, and Justification: The Role of God’s Nature in John Owen’s Doctrine of Justification.” Puritan Reformed Journal 8, no. 2 (July 2016): 70-85.
  • Review of The Triune God and the Charismatic Movement: A Critical Appraisal of Trinitarian Theology and Charismatic Experience from a Scottish Perspective, by Jim Purves. Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 25, no. 1 (Spring 2007): 103-105.