Roy Williams

Adjunct Professor of Theology


Bible, Religion, & Ministry


Ph.D., Calvin Theological Seminary
M.A., St. John’s University
M.Div., Sioux Falls Seminary
B.A., Crown College

Professional Interests

WIlliams' academic interests include Church History, especially modern Church History, United States Church History, the Evangelical Movement, and the Holiness Movement. He is also interested in the New Testament, especially the Gospel of Luke and Acts, and he has a growing interest in the theology of justice.

Personal Interests

Outside of the classroom, he enjoys nurturing my lawn, serving at Thornapple Evangelical Covenant Church, spending time with his wife and their adult children, and following the Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, and Chicago Cubs.


“Boardman, William Edwin.” In The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Why do you teach?

He teaches at Cornerstone University because it offers an opportunity to join with others in discipling young men and women for service in and for the Kingdom of God. In addition, the culture on campus is inviting and invigorating. In short, he teach at Cornerstone University because he likes it!