Dr. Tim Sansbury
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY, PROVOST
Georgia Tech, BS; Reformed Theological Seminary, MA; Princeton Theological Seminary, PhD (Philosophy and Theology).
Dr. Tim Sansbury is interested in promoting coherence in faith and doctrine, and especially in the area of science and theology. His research specialties include the philosophy of science, the nature of time and eternity, and the relationship between divine ordination and human and natural causation. His vocational career has been spent teaching and working in Christian education broadly, at all levels, seeking to bring a reasoned approach to preparing thoughtful believers who seek God in all endeavors.
A Miami native, Dr. Sansbury’s undergraduate degree is in Physics from Georgia Tech, and was followed by an M.A. at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando and a Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary. His dissertation on the eternity of God is published under the title Beyond Time: Defending God’s Transcendence.
Dr. Sansbury is married to Tesa and has three daughters, Anna, Emily, and Paige. A natural Floridian, he enjoys fishing, boating, and reminiscing about Dan Marino and relevant Miami Dolphin’s teams of the past.
- “A Community of Stewards: Christian Action in God’s Environment.” Christian Early Education Magazine, (March 2009)
- “The False Promise of Quantum Mechanics.” Zygon: Journal for Religion and Science, (2007, vol. 1)
- Princeton Seminary Review, (2004, vol. 2): Review: Jürgen Moltmann, Science and Wisdom.