John C. Peckham is professor of theology and Christian philosophy at the Theological Seminary of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Peckham joined the Seminary faculty in 2013 and received the Daniel A. Augsburger Excellence in Teaching Award in 2016. Previously, Peckham pastored in Indiana and thereafter taught for a number of years at Southwestern Adventist University in Keene, TX, where he received the Educator of the Year Award in 2012.
Peckham has written a number of books, most recently Divine Attributes: Knowing the Covenantal God of Scripture (Baker Academic, 2021). Other books include: The Doctrine of God: Introducing the Big Questions (T&T Clark, 2019), Theodicy of Love: Cosmic Conflict and the Problem of Evil (Baker Academic, 2018), Canonical Theology: The Biblical Canon, Sola Scriptura, and Theological Method (Eerdmans, 2016), The Love of God: A Canonical Model (IVP Academic, 2015 Readers' Choice Award Winner), and The Concept of Divine Love in the Context of the God-World Relationship (Peter Lang, 2014). A number of other projects are in the works, including a constructive treatment of divine attributes and an introduction to Christian beliefs. John has also written a number of articles, published in The Journal of Analytic Theology, Bulletin for Biblical Research, Trinity Journal, Philosophia Christi, Perspectives in Religious Studies, Themelios, Andrews University Seminary Studies, and others.