Adam Renberg

Adam Renberg (Ph.D., University of St. Andrews) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Anderson University in South Carolina, where he teaches courses in church history, historical theology, and systematic theology.

His research focuses on patristic theology and exegesis with particular focus on Christology and Trinitarianism in the fourth century. His first monograph, The Son is Truly Son: The Trinitarian and Christological Theology of Eusebius of Caesarea (Brepols, 2021), seeks to reconsider and rehabilitate the theology of a figure who has generally been marginalized and misunderstood amidst the Arian controversy in the fourth century. Further, he is interested in retrieving patristic theology for modern church discussions and debates, particularly surrounding questions of ‘orthodoxy’ and sexual ethics. His current research project explores Christological anthropology in the patristic period—how Christ’s incarnation shifts understandings of what it means to be human in the early church.

Adam resides in South Carolina with his wife, Lynneth, and his daughter. He enjoys gardening, hiking, and playing music.