Greg Salazar (PhD, Cambridge University) is Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.
Greg is author of Calvinist Conformity in Post-Reformation England (forthcoming Oxford University Press, in the Oxford Studies in Historical Theology series, edited by Richard Muller). He is also co-editor of volume six of The Works of William Perkins and William Perkins: Architect of Puritanism. He has written various ecclesiastical articles (including for Tabletalk magazine), published various academic articles in peer-reviewed journals, and written book reviews for the Journal of Ecclesiastical History, the Westminster Theological Journal, Themelios, and the Puritan Reformed Journal. He currently serves as Assistant Editor for the Studies in Puritanism Journal, Associate Editor for the Puritan Reformed Journal, and is a member of the Steering Committee for the Reformation Studies section for the Evangelical Theological Society.
Greg is a Guest Lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary (Houston, TX). He is regularly called upon to speak at various academic and ecclesiastical forums and has been invited to give papers at Vanderbilt University, Cambridge University, Westminster Theological Seminary, the Institute of Historical Research (London), the Ecclesiastical Historical Society, the North American Conference on British Studies, and the annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society.
Greg is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America, actively serves at his local Church (Trinity PCA, Hudsonville), and preaches regularly at various Reformed churches in the Grand Rapids area. He and his wife Christie have three children—Catie-Claire (8), John (5), and James (2).