Dr. Crouse teaches in order to prepare ministers and lay Christians for service to the triune God. In regard to systematic theology, his passion is connecting biblical interpretation with the historic legacy of Christian doctrine. The goal is to see the church renewed for its calling of worship and discipleship.
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Dr. Crouse attended Hillsdale College for history and classics and Beeson Divinity School for ministerial training. At Wheaton College, he completed his PhD in Biblical and Theological Studies, with an emphasis in historical and systematic theology. He is an ordained minister of the Gospel in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and has served in church ministry in a number of capacities, including as an interim pastor in Chicago and currently at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. His teaching and research interests are in Reformation theology (esp. Luther and Calvin), ecclesiology, the history and theology of worship and the sacraments, and the relationship between the Old and New Testaments.
Dr. Crouse is married to Becky, and they have one daughter, Susie. Together they enjoy hiking, biking, exploring, and generally being outdoors. Dr. Crouse likes to backpack (when possible), and he also loves baseball and still roots for the Texas Rangers.
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