Jeffrey Jue


Church History

Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Jue (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is provost and executive vice president at Westminster Theological Seminary. Dr. Jue also holds the Stephen Tong Chair of Reformed Theology and is associate professor of church history.

Dr. Jue’s academic and teaching interests include modern church history and globalization. For those who are new to Dr. Jue’s work on these interests, he recommends several resources as places to start. On church history, he would recommend starting with his work on Joseph Mede, Heaven Upon Earth: Joseph Mede (1586–1638) and the Legacy of Millenarianism, or his contribution to These Last Days: A Christian View of History. Also consider his TGC article, “Living for the New Heaven and New Earth.” Regarding globalization, he has written on the Chinese church in a number of articles, and also spoken at several Westminster conferences in Hong Kong, including the Common Grace and the Gospel Conference in 2012.

Education

  • PhD, University of Aberdeen, 2003
  • Graduate Studies, University of Geneva, 1999
  • MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary, California, 1998
  • BA, University of California, Irvine, 1994

Church Ministry

Dr. Jue is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

Teaching and Professional History

  • Provost and Executive Vice President, Westminster Theological Seminary, 2013–present
  • Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, 2002–present
  • Visiting Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary, 2002–present
  • Tutorial Instructor, University of Aberdeen, 2000–2001
  • Lecturer, The Aberdeen School of Christian Studies, 2000

Courses

  • Survey of Church History (CH131)
  • The Church in the Modern Age (CH321)
  • Asian American History and Theology (CH403)
  • Readings in the History of American Evangelicalism (CH723)
  • The Life and Thought of Francis Turretin (CH883)
  • The History of North American Eschatology (CH901)
  • Studies in Old Princeton Theology (CH943)
  • Old Religion in the New World: Transatlantic Puritan Theology (CH951)

Memberships

  • American Historical Association (USA)
  • American Academy of Religion (USA)
  • American Society for Church History (USA)
  • North American Conference on British Studies (USA)
  • The Society for Reformation Studies (UK)
  • Sixteenth Century Studies Conference (International)