History of Expository Preaching

Michael H. Windsor & Andre A. Gazal

Course description coming soon. 

4 credit hours

Dr. Michael Windsor serves as the Professor of Church History and the Director of Library Services at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary. He is a member of the original VBTS faculty and has served at the seminary since its first classes in 1996. Before coming to VBTS, Dr. Windsor ministered for 16 years as a pastor in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Dr. Windsor earned his academic degrees at University of Wisconsin-River Falls (BA, MA), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (MLIS), and Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis (MDiv, ThM, ThD). Read more....

Dr. Windsor can be contacted at .

Listen to Dr. Windsor's Sermons


Dr. Andre Gazal currently serves as the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Montana Bible College in Bozeman, MT. He has also taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Previously, he was professor of historical and systematic theology at Northland International University in Dunbar, Wisconsin, and academic dean of Eucon International College in Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. Dr. Gazal ministered as interim preacher at Dunbar Community Bible Church in Dunbar, Wisconsin. 

A specialist in the English Reformation, Dr. Gazal has served as the assistant project editor for the Reformation Commentary on Scripture. He is the author of Scripture and Royal Supremacy in Tudor England: The Use of Old Testament Historical Narrative and editor of Defending the Faith: John Jewel and the Elizabethan Church. Most recently he published Believer’s Baptism in Cromwellian Ireland: Thomas Patient and his Doctrine of Baptism. Dr. Gazal earned his academic degrees at Asbury College (BA), Reformed Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (PhD). 

Dr. Gazal can be contacted at 

Listen to Dr. Gazal's Sermons

The requirements for History of Expository Preaching have not yet been defined.



The required textbooks for History of Expository Preaching have not yet been determined.