Ryan Peterson’s research interests lie in the
areas of theological anthropology and theological method. He teaches systematic
and historical theology, and particularly enjoys working with students on the
doctrines of God, humanity, sin, Christology, and the atonement. He is deeply interested
in the growth of his students in the knowledge and love of God and the way such
growth motivates Christian worship, wisdom, friendship, and stewardship. He and
his wife Christy have four children. They are members of Redeemer Church, La
- The Imago Dei as Human Identity: A Theological Interpretation. Journal of Theological Interpretation Supplement. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2016.
- God-talk: A Guide for the Perplexed. T&T Clark Guides for the Perplexed. New York: T&T Clark. Under contract. Manuscript due September 2018.
Journal Article and Book Chapters
- “Theological Predication,
Doctrinal Location, and Method in Analytic Theology,” DeGruyter’s Open Theology 3. Topical Issue: Analytic
Perspectives on Method and Authority in Theology. (2017): 458-470.
- “Imago Dei.” In the T&T
Clark Companion to the Atonement. Edited by Adam J. Johnson. New York:
T&T Clark, 2017, pp. 557-561.
- “For the Love of God: Scripture and the
Formation of Human Identity.” In The
Voice of God in the Text of Scripture. Edited by Oliver Crisp and Fred
Sanders. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2016, pp. 181-196.
- “Genesis 1.” In Theological
Commentary: Evangelical Perspectives. Edited by R. Michael Allen; New York: T&T Clark, 2011, pp.