Paul J. Palma has been teaching theology and Christian history at Regent University for about ten years. In addition to publications for numerous scholarly venues, Paul is a contributing writer for and the Pneuma Review. He has delivered conference papers for the American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, American Catholic Historical Association, and the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Paul earned his Ph.D. in historical theology from Regent University in 2017. Prior to doctoral studies, he completed graduate studies at Wheaton College (IL), Syracuse University, and Trinity School for Ministry (PA).
Ph.D., Regent University
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Global Pentecostal-charismatic movements
Italian Pentecostalism
Theology of religions and interfaith dialogue
The Quest for the Historical Jesus
Personal Interests
I enjoy spending quality time with my family, whether on walks together, going to the beach, fishing, or work around the yard.