Rev. Robert D. McCurley, ThM
Rev. Robert D. McCurley, ThM, was educated at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Ordained to the ministry in 1998, he has served as pastor of three congregations. In 2006, Rev. McCurley accepted the call to Greenville Presbyterian Church, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing), in Greenville, South Carolina, where he has served for the last 16 years. An editor of The Master’s Trumpet, and an overseeing director of Grange Press, he authored First Things First, and Spending Ourselves for Christ, and has contributed chapters to other books, as well as published numerous articles in various publications. His ThM from Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary investigated Samuel Rutherford’s soteriology within the context of his polemic against Antinomianism. Rev. McCurley’s lectures for John Knox Institute have been translated into Mandarin, Spanish and Korean, and he has spoken at conferences in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Russia, the United Kingdom, Canada, and around the United States. He has served as Moderator for the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in the United Kingdom, and he can also be found preaching to folks on the streets of downtown Greenville. Rev. McCurley and his wife, Jeannette, have been blessed with five children.