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Rev Professor Michael McClenahan

Systematic Theology and Church History Department

Rev Professor Michael McClenahan

Professor of Systematic Theology
P: 028 9020 5080

Professor Michael McClenahan was born and received his early education in Northern Ireland. He holds degrees from the University of Oxford in Jurisprudence (St John's College) and Theology (Exeter College). During his doctoral studies at the University of Oxford he pursued research at Yale University  (2004-2006) and was a Graduate Research Student at Yale Divinity School, a Fellow of the Jonathan Edwards Centre at Yale University and a Graduate Fellow of Jonathan Edwards College.

On completion of his doctoral studies he was licentiate assistant minister in Greenwell Street Presbyterian Church (2007-2010) and subsequently minister of Knappagh & Lislooney Presbyterian Churches (2011-2015) and Stated Supply minister in Vinecash Presbyterian Church. He lectured in Christian doctrine for a number of years at the Cornhill Training Course in Belfast.

Professor McClenahan is currently working on aspects of the theology of Jonathan Edwards. He is contributing editor for and He is an associate editor of the forthcoming Storyline with Zondervan (2019).


The Unapologetic Study Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2017) [Associate Editor and Contributor]

'Justification by Faith Alone' in A Reader's Guide to the Major Writings of Jonathan Edwards (Crossway, 2017) Edited by Nathan A Finn & Jeremy Kimble

Jonathan Edwards and Justification by Faith (Routledge, 2012)


Rev Professor Michael McClenahan