Daniel Dunlap

 

Adjunct Professor of Worship & Historical Theology

Ph.D. from Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University
M.Div. and M.A. from Biblical Theological Seminary


About Dr. Dunlap

Rev. Dr. Dunlap served as Dean of the Faculty at HGST from 2004-2009, and Vice-President from 2008-2009, also teaching courses in worship. In 2009, he returned to pastoral ministry and served as Rector of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Tomball, Texas until his 2014 appointment as rector in Annapolis, MD. Dr. Dunlap received a BS degree from The Pennsylvania State University and MDiv and MA (New Testament) degrees from Biblical Theological Seminary, Hatfield, Pennsylvania. After seminary, he studied liturgics at Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, under the mentorship of Horton Davies. His PhD was awarded by Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University in association with Coventry University, where he studied under the renowned Anglican scholar, R. T. Beckwith. While at Oxford, Dr. Dunlap was a research assistant to Alister McGrath and contributed a number of biographical entries to The SPCK Handbook of Anglican Theologians (SPCK, 1996). Dr. Dunlap previously served as Dean and Principal of Cranmer Theological House, a seminary affiliated with the Reformed Episcopal Church. Dr. Dunlap has also served parishes in Philadelphia, Exeter (UK), Shreveport, and Houston. He and his wife Donna (a graduate from HGST) now reside in Annapolis, MD with their three children.

Courses Taught

BI 510: Biblical Hermeneutics
CS 650: Theological Foundations of Christian Spirituality
EM 520: History and Theology of Evangelism and Missions
IE 601: Integrative Experience

Contact Information

Email: ddunlap@hgst.edu
Website: Dr. Dunlap’s course page