Michael W. McDill
Professor of Church History and Theology

 

About
Dr. Michael W. McDill is Professor of Church History and Theology at Northeastern Baptist College. Before coming to NEBC, he was Associate Professor of Church History and Theology at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Schenectady, New York (since 2002). Dr. McDill has served as interim pastor for various churches in New York and as a supply preacher and Bible teacher for churches in North Carolina, Virginia, Oregon, New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Connecticut. He also served as Pastor of the Deep Springs Baptist Church, Stoneville, NC from 1991-1997. He served on the trustee board of NEBC from 2013-2015. His writings include “Balthasar Hubmaier and Free Will,” a chapter in The Anabaptists and Contemporary Baptists: Restoring New Testament Christianity – Essays in Honor of Paige Patterson.

Michael and his wife Becky have four children and one grandchild.

Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Theology, December 2001
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary | Wake Forest, North Carolina

Master of Theology, May 1994
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary | Wake Forest, North Carolina

Master of Divinity, May 1991
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary | Wake Forest, North Carolina

Master of Divinity student
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary | Fort Worth, Texas 1987-1989
Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary | Northwest Center, Portland, Oregon 1985-1987

Bachelor of Arts, August 1985
Portland State University | Portland, Oregon