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Martin Klauber

Professor of Church History


Originally from Buffalo, NY, Martin Klauber (PhD, University of Wisconsin) came to faith as a teenager through the ministry of Young Life. He was active in Cru (Campus Crusade) in college and served on its staff for seven years in campus ministry. Martin went to seminary at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and received an MA in Church History and an MDiv. He completed his PhD in European History at the University of Wisconsin. Martin has taught Church History and Theology for several colleges and seminaries over the years, primarily at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, North Park Theological Seminary, and Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University. He also teach for the online PhD program in the History Department at Liberty University. 

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Areas of Expertise

  • Church History (American and Global)
  • Historical Theology
  • Reformed Theology
  • Christian Literature 


University of Wisconsin-Madison
PhD, European History

Trinity Evangelical Divnity School
MA in Church History

State University of New York at Buffalo 
BA in History and French

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

  • Society for Reformation Research
  • American Society of Church History
  • Evangelical Theological Society
  • Sixteenth-Century Studies Society
  • Conference on Faith and History 

Courses Taught

Church History Survey

Books & Resources

  • Between Reformed Scholasticism and Pan-Protestantism: JeanAlphonse Turretin (16711737) and Enlightened Orthodoxy at the Academy of Geneva (Susquehanna University Press, 1994).  
  • Historians of the Christian Tradition: Their Methods and Impact on Western Thought. Edited with Michael Bauman (Broadman-Holman Press, 1995).  
  • The Great Commission: Evangelicals and the History of World Missions. Edited with Scott Manetsch (Broadman & Holman Press, 2008). 
  • The Identity of Geneva: The Christian Commonwealth, 1564-1864. Edited with John B. Roney.  (Greenwood Press, 1998). 
  • 90 Days with the Christian Classics. With Michael Bauman and Keith Wells. (Broadman & Holman, 2000).  
  • The Synod of Dort: Historical, Theological, and Experiential Perspectives. (co-editor with Joel Beeke and contributor) (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2020). 
  • Theological Development in Seventeenth-Century France: The Reformed Pastors of Charenton (Manuscript in process). 
  • The Theology of the Early French Reform: From the Affair of the Placard to the Edict of Nantes (editor and contributor) (Reformation Heritage Books, July 2023). 
  • The Theology of the French Reformed Churches: From Henry IV to the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (editor and contributor) (Reformation Heritage Books, 2014).