Dr. McKinion teaches Systematic Theology and Patristics at Southeastern. He specializes in Early Christian theological method and biblical interpretation, as well as the Christology and Trinitarian Theology. His desire to is help the contemporary church rediscover and retrieve the depth of Early Christian Theology. His books include Life and Practice in the Early Church, A Reconstruction of Cyril of Alexandria’s Christology, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Isaiah, and Sharing Jesus without Freaking Out.
Dr. McKinion and his wife Ginger have three grown children: Lachlan, Blakely, and Harrison. They are active in the childhood cancer community as the parents of a childhood cancer survivor.
BA, Mississippi College
MA, University of Mobile
PhD, King’s College, University of Aberdeen