Dale Coulter

Dr. Dale M. Coulter serves as an associate professor of Historical Theology for the School of Divinity. He joined Regent University School of Divinity in 2007 and has served as interim director of the Ph.D. program and associate dean of academics. Before coming to Regent, he was a faculty member for eight years in the School of Religion at Lee University.


Coulter currently serves on the editorial board of Victorine Texts in Translation, having also co-edited the first translation of the series (Trinity and Creation, 2010 Brepols). He also served as co-editor of PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies (2010-2015) and currently is a member of the executive committee of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.


Coulter is also involved in ecumenical discussions as well as a participating member of Evangelicals and Catholics Together. He blogs occasionally at First Thoughts, the online platform for the journal First Things, which is published by the Institute for Religion and Public Life. As an ordained minister, Coulter remains active in the life of the local church by regularly teaching and preaching.