R. Todd Mangum, PhD
Professor of Theology, Academic Dean
  • BS, Philadelphia College of Bible
  • MA, MDiv, STM, Biblical Theological Seminary
  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary

Evangelicalism, fundamentalism, dispensationalism, covenant theology.


Todd Mangum received the John F. Walvoord Award for Outstanding Work in Eschatology from Dallas Theological Seminary where he received his PhD in 2001. Dr. Mangum’s first book, The Dispensational-Covenantal Rift (Waynesboro, GA: Paternoster, 2007), is widely acclaimed as providing a definitive history on the debate between dispensationalists and covenant theologians. He has also written numerous articles seeking to repair breaches among various segments of Bible-believing Christianity, and advancing a generously orthodox, missional approach to theology and ministry in the postmodern, post-Christian context.

Dr. Mangum is ordained by the Southern Baptist Convention and he serves frequently as pulpit supply in several area churches; he is also an active churchman at Grace Bible Church, Souderton. He resides with his wife, Linda, and two of their three sons in Souderton, PA.

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The Dispensational-Covenantal Rift: The fissuring of American evangelical theology from 1936 to 1944 (Paternoster, 2007)

"High Hopes for 21st c. Dispensationalism ," ETS, 2000.

The Scofield Reference Bible: Its History and Impact on the Evangelical Church.

"Trends and Challenges of Missional Leadership Today": An e-zine article.

Curriculum Vitae


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