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Coleman Ford

Coleman Ford (Ph.D., Th.M.) is founder and editor of Center of Ancient Christian Studies and Fides et Humilitas: The Journal of the Center for Ancient Christian Studies. He holds a Ph.D. in Church History and a Th.M. in Biblical Spirituality from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He currently serves as a minister at The Village Church in Dallas, Texas. He also serves as an Adjunct Instructor in Church History for Boyce College/Southern Seminary and California Baptist University. He is currently publishing his dissertation on Augustine of Hippo and his practice of friendship with Lexham Press, as well as a biography on Hilary of Poitier with Christian Focus. He is married to Alexandria Ford (Ed.D., Southern Seminary) and they have two children.

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What makes a true friend?

Augustine and the nature of friendship for Christians

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human dignity

“They Share their Food But Not Their Wives’: Sexual Morality and Defending the Faith in the Second Century

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