Thomas Vollmer, Ph.D.
Ph.D. KU Leuven (2015); M.A. in Religion and Theology, KU Leuven (2007); MDiv Cincinnati Christian University (2005); B.A. in Missiology, Jimmy Swaggart Bible College (1991).
Dr. Tom Vollmer has been in ministry for over twenty-five years, serving as an associate pastor, lead pastor, missionary, and university professor. He is ordained in the Assemblies of God. He was Professor of Biblical Studies at Cincinnati Christian University for six years. In addition to his teaching at SUM, he teaches as an adjunct professor in the Religious Department at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati. He has published a number of articles related to biblical studies and hermeneutics, and his monograph The Spirit Aids Our Weakness: Rom 8:26A in Light of Paul’s Missiological Purpose for Writing the Letter to the Romans (Peeters) was published in 2018. He was a co-editor on the book Theologizing in the Corinthian Conflict: Studies in the Exegesis and Theology of 2 Corinthians (Peeters, 2013). His research interests include Biblical Studies (Dead Sea Scrolls, Historical Jesus, Mark, and Luke-Acts) and Theological Studies (Public, Political, Contextual, and Comparative Theologies). He lives in Cincinnati with his wife and son.