Jonathan Davis

Associate Vice President for Spiritual Life

P843-863-7218 / Ejdavis@csuniv.edu

CREDENTIALS

Licensed and Ordained to the Pastoral Ministry through Summit Baptist Church and the SC Baptist Convention
Certified as a Transitional Pastor through the SC Baptist Convention
Bachelor of Arts, Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages, Master of Theology

Jon Davis

Jonathan Davis has been married to his wife Lynette Davis since 1989. They have four children (one daughter and three sons), a daughter-in-law, a son-in-law, and one grandchild. Davis came to CSU as an Assistant Football Coach in 1991 from Temple University and served in that position until 1999. During his tenure as Assistant Football Coach, he accepted the call as a bi-vocational pastor at Summit Church. Currently, he still serves Summit Church as their pastor.

In 2003, Davis began teaching at CSU as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Christian Studies, which he still teaches today. In 2004, he became the Assistant Campus Minister. During 2011, Davis moved into the position as Campus Minister. In 2019, he was promoted to Assistant VP of Spiritual Life.

Your Purpose. Our Mission.

In the Office of Spiritual Life, we seek to reach students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, raise them in the Gospel through discipleship, and release them to live a life on mission with Jesus. We go the extra mile by being there for students as they seek to discover God's calling on their lives through mission opportunities, worship gatherings, and discipleship groups.

Jon Davis

A Case for a Perfect Pre-Fall Creation (Paper presented: doctoral seminar, Creation in Theology and Apologetics, Liberty University, Fall 2012)

Societal Impact on Timothy Dwight and His Impact on Society (Paper presented: doctoral seminar, History and Theology of Spiritual Awakenings, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Spring 2003)

How Does Athanasius use Impassibility in Discourse III and IV to Support His Argument for The Incarnation (Paper presented: doctoral seminar, Post-Nicene Thought, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fall 2002)

Critical Book Reviews
The New Answer Book 1 (Review presented: doctoral seminar, Creation in Theology and Apologetics, Liberty University, Fall 2012)

Moral Darwinism (Review presented: doctoral seminar, Creation in Theology and Apologetics, Liberty University, Fall 2012)

The Creationists: From Scientific Creationism to Intelligent Design (Review presented: doctoral seminar, Creation in Theology and Apologetics, Liberty University, Fall 2012)

Inventing The Great Awakening (Review presented: doctoral seminar, History and Theology of Spiritual Awakenings, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Spring 2003)

Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Become a Missionary in Your Community (Ed Stetzer and David Putman wrote about Summit Baptist Church as an example of Church Revitalization, pp. 137–52)

Evangelical Theological Society
National Strength and Conditioning Association