Trevor Laurence

Lecturer of Biblical Studies

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Dr. Trevor Laurence serves as Lecturer of Biblical Studies at The King’s College. He is the Executive Director of the Cateclesia Institute, a nonprofit whose mission is to cultivate biblical imagination in, with, and for the academy and the church. Dr. Laurence also serves as a Research Associate with the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence and an editor of the Bible and Violence series with Routledge. His research interests include biblical theology, theological ethics, liturgical formation, and the interpretation of biblical violence, and his dissertation on the imprecatory psalms was awarded the 2021 James B. Jordan Prize for outstanding work in biblical theology.

Prior to his academic work, Dr. Laurence ministered as a church planter and pastor. He is an ordained ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church in America and serves Trinity Church of Winston-Salem in North Carolina.

Time at King's: June 2022 to Present


Ph.D. Theology and Religion
University of Exeter

M.A. Christian Thought
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

B.A. Religion
University of Florida