• Ph.D., Wheaton College
  • M.Div., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • B.S., University of Western Ontario

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Uche Anizor is a theologian who teaches a variety of courses in systematic and historical theology to undergraduate students. His current interests include theological method, the theological interpretation of Scripture and the theology of Colin Gunton. He and his family are members of Redemption Hill Church in Whittier.


  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Karl Barth Society of North America

Publications (Selected)


  • How to Read Theology: Engaging Doctrine Critically and Charitably (Baker Academic; forthcoming 2018)
  • Trinity and Humanity: An Introduction to the Theology of Colin Gunton (Paternoster UK, 2016)
  • Representing Christ: A Vision for the Priesthood of All Believers, co-authored with Hank Voss (IVP Academic, 2016)
  • “Voice,” in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, edited by Daniel J. Treier (Baker Academic; forthcoming)
  • Kings and Priests: Scripture’s Theological Account of Its Readers (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2014)
  • “Luther, the Priesthood of Believers, and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture,” in Aspects of Reforming: Theology and Practice in Sixteenth Century Europe (ed. Michael Parsons; Paternoster, 2013).
  • “A Spirited Humanity: The Trinitarian Ecclesiology of Colin Gunton.” Themelios 36 (2011).


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