Dr. Will Coleman
After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in religion at Rhodes College in Memphis, he moved to Decatur, Georgia in order to attend Columbia Theological Seminary. There he received his Master of Divinity degree, with a focus in theology. A few years later, he went on to receive his Doctorate of Philosophy degree ("with distinction") from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. His areas of concentration were in philosophical and systematic theology, philosophy of religion and interpretation theory. He teaches and tutors individuals and groups in a variety of contexts in the areas of theology and Biblical spirituality (in English, Hebrew and Greek).
Dr. Coleman’s work represents over 40 years of study and integration of his classical Pentecostal roots, Biblical and Historical scholarship and study, Jewish mysticism, and New Thought / Ancient Wisdom teachings.
Will Coleman teaches and applies principles of Hebrew and Christian Bible study and spirituality for the enrichment of spiritual and psychological health. He has many years of research, writing and teaching experience in this area. He also has studied and practiced a wide range of spiritual topics and disciplines within the tradition of the Kabbalah. Biblical spirituality is rooted in the knowledge that the sacred text called the Bible, which originated in Northeast Africa, is much more comprehensive as a guide for transformation of consciousness in the original sounds, symbols and languages of the original Hebrew and Greek texts than in English translations. This is the true foundation for both Hebrew and Christian spirituality.
Dr. Coleman’s teachings reflect the metaphysical and transformational truths of the ages articulated by Dr. Ernest Holmes, Thomas Troward and others in the New Thought Movement.
Dr. Coleman serves as an Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA