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Gordon T. Smith

President and Professor of Systematic and Spiritual Theology, Ambrose University and Seminary
BA (University of Regina), MDiv (Canadian Theological Seminary), PhD (Loyola School of Theology, Ateneo de Manila University)
Gordon T. Smith is the President of Ambrose College University and Seminary in Calgary, Alberta as of August 2012. He continues to serve as a sessional lecturer with Regent College. He previously served full-time with the Regent faculty as the Academic Dean. He is an ordained minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Dr. Smith is the author of a number of books, including Transforming Conversion: Rethinking the Language and Contours of Christian Initiation (Baker Academic, 2010). He and his wife Joella live in Calgary, Alberta.

Areas of expertise

  • Systematic and Spiritual Theology

Media & Publications

  • Transforming Conversion: Rethinking the Language and Contours of Christian Initiation Book Publication
  • Courage and Calling: Embracing Your God-Given Potential Book Publication
  • A Holy Meal: The Lord’s Supper in the Life of the Church Book Publication
  • The Voice of Jesus: Discernment, Prayer and the Witness of the Spirit Book Publication
  • "The New Conversion" Article
  • Alone with the Lord: A Guide to a Personal Day of Prayer Book Publication
  • Beginning Well: Christian Conversion & Authentic Transformation Book Publication
  • How to Disagree Graciously Article

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