David G. Roebuck, Ph.D.

David G. Roebuck, Ph.D.
David G. Roebuck, Ph.D.
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David G. Roebuck , Ph.D., directs the Hal Bernard Dixon Jr. Pentecostal Research Center. He is an assistant professor of religion at Lee University and an adjunct faculty member of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary.  In 2004, Dr. Roebuck was appointed Church Historian of the Church of God.

Dr. Roebuck earned his Ph.D. in Religion at Vanderbilt University (1997). His major was the history of Christianity, and his dissertation was "Limiting Liberty: The Church of God and Women Ministers, 1886-1996." His educational experience also includes a B.A. in Christian Education from West Coast Christian College (1981), a M.Div. from the Church of God Theological Seminary (1984), and a M.A. from Vanderbilt University (1989).

Dr. Roebuck’s areas of research interest include the Holiness, Pentecostal and Church of God movements as well as the role of women in ministry.

Dr. Roebuck is married to the former Kim Freeman, and they have two children (William and Beth).

Quick facts about David G. Roebuck, Ph.D.

● Director, Dixon Pentecostal Research Center
● Assistant Professor of the History of Christianity, Lee University
● Adjunct Instructor, Pentecostal Theological Seminary
● Contributing Faculty, Church of God School of Ministry
● Editor, “Church of God Chronicles” in Church of God Evangel
● Editor, “Where Are They Now?” in Church of God Evangel
● Member, Church of God Historical Commission and Records Committee
● Church Historian, Church of God
● Board Chair, Consortium of Pentecostal Archives