Associate Professor

Dr. Josh Waltman teaches various courses in theology, apologetics, and research. He holds a PhD in Theological Studies with a concentration in apologetics from Columbia International University. His dissertation focused on trinitarian theology and theistic responses to the problem of divine hiddenness. He also holds additional degrees in philosophy and religion, theology and apologetics, theological studies, and library science. A life-long Virginian and ordained pastor, Dr. Waltman has served churches throughout the state in roles that include elder, itinerate preacher, evangelist, and teaching pastor. He is passionate about helping students become champions for Christ who pursue both truth and love in their lives and callings within the local church. He currently lives in Rustburg, VA with his wife, Whitney, and their two sons, Jack and Barry. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar, woodworking, outdoor activities, and getting lost in the library stacks.


• Ph.D., Columbia International University
• M.S.L.S., University of Kentucky
• M.Div., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary
• M.A.R., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary
• B.A., Liberty University