Kirk M. Summers
Professor of Classics
Director, Classics Program
- PhD, Classical Philology, University of Illinois
- MA, Latin, University of Nebraska
- MA, Biblical Studies, Reformed Theological Seminary
Dr. Summers’s research interests include Reformation (especially the Reformed/Calvinist movement), Neo-Latin; Roman religion, Lucretius, and Cicero. Currently General Editor for the Peter Martyr Vermigli Loci communes translation project.
- Peter Martyr Vermigli, On Original Sin, edited and translated, with introduction (Leesburg, VA: Davenant Press, 2019).
- Morality after Calvin: Theodore Beza’s Christian Censor and Reformed Ethics (Oxford University Press, 2016). Reviewed in Themelios
- “Reformation Humanism: Reading the Classics in the New Theology,” Reformation and Renaissance Review, 2018.
- Winner of the 2018 Douglas Murray Prize
- “Philippians 1:21-22: Revisiting John Calvin’s Innovative Interpretation,” in Calvin Theological Journal 53.1 (2018): 129–153.
- Theodore Beza at 500: New Perspectives on an Old Reformer, ed. w/Scott Manetsch, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, in press.