About Dr. Bob Rogers
After 33 years as a Baptist pastor in Mississippi and Georgia, I am now a staff chaplain at a hospital in Mississippi, and an adjunct history professor (online) for a college in Florida. The opinions on this blog are my own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the institutions for which I work.
I have a B.A. in English from Mississippi College, an M.Div. in Biblical Studies and Th.D. in church history from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. I like to review Christian books and history books, write about theology and practical Christian living, particularly the subject of prayer, and I love to hear and tell funny stories. For ten years, I wrote a column that was published in a few newspapers, called “Holy Humor,” with light-hearted true stories about church life. You can find many of those stories on this blog. I love all kinds of spectator sports, and I’m an avid cyclist.
My wife Mary and I have been married for 34 years, and we have three grown children, and three grandchildren.
You can email me at BobRogersThD@gmail.com.
Look for posts on this blog about once a week.
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