Kevin DeYoung (PhD, University of Leicester) is senior pastor of Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina, board chairman of The Gospel Coalition, and assistant professor of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte). He has authored numerous books, including Just Do Something. Kevin and his wife, Trisha, have eight children: Ian, Jacob, Elizabeth, Paul, Mary.
Kevin DeYoung is a pastor, author, and blogger I greatly appreciate. I have never been a Senior Pastor at a church and had the rigors of preaching every week placed on my shoulders. I'm so glad men like DeYoung are doing such a wonderful job shepherding their congregations.
I am pleased to announced that on Jan 10th, Kevin DeYoung successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis at the University of Leicester in the UK. In 2017, Kevin joined our faculty as Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology. He also serves as the senior pastor of Christ Covenant Church here in Charlotte. Of course, Kevin is well known through his speaking, teaching, and writing ministry.Kevin DeYoung has 52 books on Goodreads with 70073 ratings. Kevin DeYoung’s most popular book is Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God'.On this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History recorded live at Ligonier’s 2018 National Conference, Dr. Stephen Nichols asks Dr. Kevin DeYoung to share what five books he would want on a deserted island.
Kevin DeYoung has written a clear and accessible book, which defends a traditional view regarding same-sex relations and the Bible.Let me say up front that I’ve never read anything by Kevin DeYoung, except maybe bits of a blog here and there.Read More
Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert have provided a biblical corrective and protection for our generation in What is the Mission of the Church? With a gracious and kind spirit, this book reclaims the ecclesiastical concepts of mission, purpose, social justice, and the Great Commission from those who have redefined these words with a dictionary other than Scripture.Read More
Kevin DeYoung’s New Book on Homosexuality: A Critical Review (Part 1) April 30, 2015 Preston Sprinkle Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality!Read More
This dissertation will focus on the teachings of the following influential New Calvinist “leaders”: John Piper, Wayne Grudem, Albert Mohler, Timothy Keller, Kevin DeYoung, D. A. Carson, and Mark Driscoll, while also considering the contributions of other New Calvinist preachers, teachers, and authors.Read More
With warmth, humor, and honesty, DeYoung explains why a life of constant chaos is far from what God intends, and helps you strike a balance between doing nothing and doing everything. Discover the restful cure you've been too busy to find! 160 pages, softcover from Crossway.Read More
You may recall that Kevin DeYoung, co-author of the book, Why We're Not Emergent (By Two Guys Who Should Be), was on a panel discussion with me a few weeks ago at the Christian Book Expo in Dallas.Read More
Kevin DeYoung was obviously too crazy busy to care that his statement of support for CJ Mahaney ignores the facts relatively “unimportant” people have been trying to relate for a long time. The statement he put his name to in 2013 takes things said by people in pain out of context and assumes the worst of the victims- not the leaders who are mandated reporters.Read More
Deserted Island Top 5 with Kevin DeYoung.. You know, if I haven’t finished my dissertation yet when I get to the island, I’m going to take the works of John Witherspoon. If I have, I’ll probably want to not see those for a while. So, maybe I’ll do that. I don’t know how many books I’m up to.Read More
Or perhaps Trueman was referring to Kevin DeYoung, who, on this blog post, would undoubtedly like to be seen as one who wrestles with the problem of “shameless self-promotion,” states: “I have a new book coming out April 1. I plan on telling you more about it in the next couple months.Read More
Thus the dissertation structure below is only a suggestion. Presentation and writing issues are described elsewhere but, in general, all dissertations should be divided into a series of numbered chapters and sections, each with titles and only these chapters count towards the page limit.Read More