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Matthew Visk is a second year PhD student at the University of Cambridge working on the doctrine of satisfaction in John Calvin’s theology under the supervision of Regius Professor of Divinity, David Fergusson. Matthew has previously completed degrees at the London School of Theology, Gateway Seminary, and the University of California, Los Angeles. His research focuses on ideas of retribution, wrath, penal substitution, satisfaction, and the nature of necessity in reformed theology. Matthew is a lecturer at Rochester University in Irvine, and an adjunct professor at the Asia Graduate School of Theology, Nepal. In his spare time, Matthew is also an orchestra conductor in the greater Los Angeles area and most importantly, a full time husband to Christyana and dad to Tilly and Iona.

John Calvin
Reformation Theology
Penal Substitutionary Atonement

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