Georgia State University, B.A.
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.A.Th.
King’s College, University of Aberdeen, Ph.D.

About Dr. Fesko

Dr. Fesko has taught at RTS Atlanta since 2000 while he served as a pastor in Northwest Atlanta and now as Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at RTS Jackson. He has been an ordained minister since 1998 in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church serving as a church planter, pastor, and now teacher. Dr. Fesko’s interests include early modern Reformation and post-Reformation theology, the integration of biblical and systematic theology, as well as soteriology, especially the doctrine of justification. Dr. Fesko has authored or edited more than twenty books and written fifty published essays for various journals and books.




  • “Reformed Orthodoxy on Imputation: Active and Passive Justification,” Perichoresis 14:3 (2016), pp. 61-80.
  • “Arminius on the Doctrine of Justification: Reformed or Protestant?” Church History and Religious Culture 94 (2014), pp. 1-21.
  • “Romans 8.29-30 and the Question of the Ordo Salutis,” Journal of Reformed Theology 8:1 (2014), pp. 35-60.
  • “John Owen on Union with Christ and Justification,” Themelios 36 (2011), pp. 7-19.
  • “Vos and Berkhof on Union with Christ and Justification,” Calvin Theological Journal 47:1 (2012), pp. 50-71.
  • “Machen and the Gospel,” Pro Rege 39:5 (2011), pp. 18-27.
  • “Metaphysics and Justification in Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Reformed Theology,” Calvin Theological Journal 46:1 (2011), pp. 29-47.