Professor of Theological Ethics; Director of the Grounds Institute for Public Ethics
Dr. Noelliste joined the Denver Seminary faculty as professor of theological ethics and director of the Grounds Institute for Public Ethics in 2007.
He received a PhD from Northwestern University in theological studies, focusing on modern and contemporary Christian thought. He earned an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, a ThB from William Tyndale College, and received an LLD from Bethel College in Indiana. He has also studied law at the State University of Haiti.
Before coming to Denver, Dr. Noelliste served as academic dean and then president of the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology, president of Jamaica Theological Seminary, president of the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association, a member of the Theological Commission of World Evangelical Alliance, and director and chairman of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education. He is a member of the Latin American Theological Fraternity, the International Council for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education, and the Oxford Roundtable.
Featured in the publication, Ambassadors for Christ, Dr. Noelliste is a contributor to The Global God: Multicultural Evangelical Views of God, Text and Context in Theological Education, and has published several articles in the Evangelical Review of Theology and the Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology.
Diverse and Creative Voices: Theological Essays from the Majority World. Co-edited with Sung Wook Chung. Pickwick Publications, 2015.
Christians and Political Engagement. Co-edited with M. Daniel Carroll R. The Vernon Grounds Institute of Public Ethics at Denver Seminary, 2009.
Contributed to The Global God: Multicultural Evangelical Views of God. Baker Academic, 1998.