Rev. Dr.

Tom Pfizenmaier

Tom Pfizenmaier holds an MA in Theological Studies (New Testament) from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, an MDiv from San Francisco Theological Seminary, and a PhD in Theology (Historical) from Fuller Theological Seminary. Tom is a retired ECO Pastor and professor. He served three congregations over thirty-two years, most recently as Pastor/Head of Staff of Bonhomme Presbyterian Church in Chesterfield, MO (1996–2016). He then served as Associate Professor of Formation and Leadership Development at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Hamilton MA, (2016–2019) where he also served as Dean of the Faculty before retiring in 2019.  He is the author of  Whatever Became of Love–An Invitation to Rethink Everything (Wipf and Stock, 2023), For My Daughters: A Father Reflects on Family, Friendship and Faith (Outskirts Press, 2021/Pen2 Paper Press, 2023), and The Trinitarian Theology of Samuel Clarke: Context, Sources, and Controversy (E.J. Brill, 1997), and several academic articles. He is married, has three adult daughters, and a grandson. Tom lives in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys people, food, and what N.T. Wright has referred to as, “Highland irrigation.”