Phoenix Seminary names David Hogg new president

After an extensive nationwide search and much prayerful consideration, the Phoenix Seminary Board of Directors has voted enthusiastically and unanimously to appoint David Hogg to serve as the next president of Phoenix Seminary.

Phoenix Seminary names David Hogg new president

David Hogg. (Photo courtesy of Phoenix Seminary)

Phoenix Seminary’s board of directors has voted unanimously to appoint David Hogg to serve the seminary’s next president.

The board noted, “He brings years of executive experience to the role and intimately understands the values and goals of Phoenix Seminary.” Hogg moved with his family to Arizona in 2021, joining Phoenix Seminary as professor of church history.

Additionally, he led as director of library services in a season of revitalization and has served as vice president of academic affairs since October of 2022.

Prior to joining Phoenix Seminary, Hogg taught at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina, and Beeson Divinity School in Alabama, where he also served as the academic dean. He is widely respected as a conservative voice in the research of medieval theology and history.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Hogg was an associate pastor and then senior pastor at Christ Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also has more than two decades of experience in academia and over 11 years as a pastor.

He has been married to Sarah for 27 years and they have 3 boys — Thomas, Oliver, and Edward.

Hogg will assume office, effective immediately.

EDITOR’S NOTE — This story was written by Josh Koch and originally published by Phoenix Seminary.

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