Dr. Garth M. Rosell is professor of Church History and Director Emeritus of the Ockenga Institute at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. For several years he was Dean of the Seminary and Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Seminary. He also taught church history at Bethel Theological Seminary.
Among his publications are a variety of books and articles. These include the Memoirs of Charles G. Finney (Zondervan); Commending the Faith: The Preaching of D. L. Moody (Hendrickson); The Evangelical Landscape (Baker); American Christianity (Eerdmans), which he edited with Ronald C. White, Jr., and Louis B. Weeks; The Parables of a Country Parson (Hendrickson), on which he collaborated with William Flewelling; The Surprising Work of God: Harold John Ockenga, Billy Graham and the Rebirth of Evangelicalism (Baker Academic); and Boston’s Historic Park Street Church: The Story of an Evangelical Landmark (Kregel).
Dr. Rosell lives in Wenham, MA, with his wife, Jane. They have two children, Karen and Robert, a daughter-in-law named Patti and a grandson named Timothy. Dr. Rosell enjoys classical music, traveling and reading.