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Timothy Gatewood is an adjunct professor for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he teaches courses in systematic theology. He also serves as a book review editor for the Journal of Classical Theology, the executive editor of Credo Magazine, and the associate director of the Center of Classical Theology. He earned his PhD in Theological Studies from MBTS. His dissertation, entitled Truth Not Served by Human Hands, argued that the Reformed Thomistic models of the divine intellect and the divine ideas are the grounds of a participatory theory of truth. His work has been featured in The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon, the Midwestern Journal of Theology, Didaktikos Journal, and before the Evangelical Theological Society.