Benjamin Vincent

History & Theology

Benjamin Vincent is a part-time pastor and full-time historical theology enthusiast. In addition to his ongoing work as a pastor to youth and young adults in north Long Beach, he has spent several years as a tutor and teaching assistant for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in Greek, theology, and ethics.

Benjamin is also a long-time coach and instructor of high school speech and debate and has spent several years as a music teacher. He is persuaded that he is called to teach and especially loves introducing students to the swashbuckling beauty and cautionary tragedies of history—where theological truth comes to life in full color.

Mr. Vincent received his Bachelor’s degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Biola University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He is also a graduate of the Torrey Honors College and the 2021 recipient of the College’s prestigious G. Campbell Morgan award for scholarship and Christian character. He completed his Master’s degree at Talbot School of Theology and intends to continue his studies in historical theology at the doctoral level in the coming years, with a particular interest in the pastorally-motivated reforming efforts of proto-protestants like Jan Hus.

Benjamin was born and raised in the great Pacific Northwest and maintains a deep fondness for mountains, woodgrain, and the color green. Other loves include reading, writing, folk-dancing, camping, and doing anything at all with his wonderful wife, Sage. The two currently live in North Long Beach with their cat Elsie, who Benjamin maintains is also zealous about theology.

M.A. Pastoral Ministry – Talbot School of Theology
B.A. Bible & Theology – Biola University, Torrey Honors College

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