Ken Wilson

Dr. Wilson graduated as a medical doctor from the University of Texas system, followed by an Orthopedic Residency and Hand Fellowship. He then taught as a full-time academic professor at Oregon’s medical school for many years. While maintaining his hand surgery  practice, Dr. Wilson decided to pursue theology. He graduated magna cum laude from Faith Lutheran Seminary with a M.Div. degree, then magna cum laude from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary with a Th.M. degree. Dr. Wilson attended The University of Oxford in the United Kingdom where he received his doctorate in theology with the thesis, “Augustine’s Conversion from Traditional Free Choice to ‘Non-free Free Will’: A Comprehensive Methodology.

He enjoys horseback riding on his cattle ranch in Oregon, hiking, and playing guitar. Dr. Wilson continues to perform hand surgery while teaching full time as a professor at Grace School of Theology. He and his wife, Lynn, have raised four children, who as adults are now actively serving God and neighbors.