The Rev. Dr. Kyle R. Hughes (PhD, Radboud University Nijmegen) is a scholar-pastor-teacher specializing in the study of early Christianity and working to bring out the riches of patristic theology for the modern church and for Christian schools. He is the author of Teaching for Spiritual Formation, How the Spirit Became God, and The Trinitarian Testimony of the Spirit. He has also written several peer-reviewed journal articles, book reviews, and dictionary entries, and is a frequent presenter at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual and International Meetings. Kyle's primary theological interests include the development of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, spiritual formation in the Anglican tradition, and Christian teaching and learning. Kyle and his wife Karisa live in Smyrna, Georgia, where he serves as History Department Chair and Faith-Learning Integration Coordinator at Whitefield Academy. He is an ordained deacon in the Reformed Episcopal Church (Anglican Church in North America) and is the Director of Catechesis at Christ the King Anglican Church in Marietta, Georgia. Follow him on Twitter @KyleRHughes10.
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