Don J. Payne
Associate Professor of Theology and Christian Formation, Denver Seminary
Don J. Payne (PhD, University of Manchester) is Associate Professor of Theology and Christian Formation at Denver Seminary. His research interests include the relationship of theology and ministry, the Trinity, Christology, and sanctification. Some of his published works include, The Theology of the Christian Life in J. I. Packer’s Thought, chapters in J.I. Packer and the Evangelical Future, A Case for Historic Premillennialism, and Preparing for Ministry, as well as articles and book reviews in The 1995 Seminary & Graduate School Handbook, Themelios, Teaching Theology and Religion Review, Compass, and Focal Point. He has co-authored Discipleship with a Capital “D”: What the Bible Teaches About Mentoring and Launching and Sustaining Mentoring in Your Ministry Setting.