Robert A. Pyne
Professor of Theological Studies
B.A., Arizona State University, 1980; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, 1985; Th.D., 1990.
A popular conference speaker who has taught at all levels in his local church for over 20 years, Dr. Pyne served as a researcher and radio commentator with Dallas-based Probe Ministries before joining the faculty in 1992. His research and teaching interests include theology and society, our engagement with science, particularly with regard to human nature, and expansive Christian spirituality. He has been published in many theological journals and magazines and, most recently, authored Humanity and Sin. He and his wife, Julie, a former LPGA golfer, have four children.
- Pyne, Robert A., "A Critique of the "Exchanged Life"." Bibliotheca Sacra 163 (2006). 131-57.
- Pyne, Robert A., "A Critique of Free-will Theism. Part Two." Bibliotheca Sacra 158, no. 632 (2001). 387-405.
- Pyne, Robert A., "A Critique of Free-will Theism. Part One." Bibliotheca Sacra 158, no. 631 (2001). 259-286.
- Pyne, Robert A., "Machiavelli Marooned : The Church Offers Something That Transcends the "Reality" of Survivor." Christianity Today 44, no. 12 (2000). 123-124.
- Pyne, Robert A., "Tripping on the Steps to Freedom : The Theology of Neil Anderson." Stulos 7, no. 1-2 (1999). 37-52.
- Pyne, Robert A., "The New Man and Immoral Society." Bibliotheca Sacra 154 (1997). 259-274.
- Pyne, Robert A., "Antinomianism and Dispensationalism." Bibliotheca Sacra 153 (1996). 141-154.
- Pyne, Robert A., "The Ethical Ring of The Bell Curve." Dialog 35 (1996). 51-57.
- Pyne, Robert A., "Neil Anderson's Approach to the Spiritual Life." Bibliotheca Sacra 153 (1996). 75-86.
- Pyne, Robert A., "The "Seed," the Spirit, and the Blessing of Abraham." Bibliotheca Sacra 152 (1995). 211-222.
- Pyne, Robert A., "The Role of the Holy Spirit in Conversion." Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (1993). 203-218.
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