Ottavio Palombaro

Dr. Ottavio Palombaro was born in Castiglione del Lago, Italy, and raised as a practicing Roman Catholic. He was saved by God’s grace in 2011. He is an Italian Theologian, Sociologist and Cultural Anthropologist. His research focused on sociology of religion, church history and theology, as well as studies on Protestantism with a focus on Calvinism. He studied at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (B.A.), at the University of Turin (M.A.), at the University “Statale” of Milan (Ph.D.) at Tyndale Theological Seminary in Netherlands, at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan U.S.A. (M.Div.) and at the Free University of Amsterdam (Th.D.). He has taught in various academic institutions both in Europe and in United States of America (University of Milan Italy, University of Olomouc in Check Republic, Purdue University in USA, Tyndale Seminary in Netherlands, Bob Jones University in USA and Logos School Academy of Moscow in USA). He has written more than a dozen high academic research articles and a book-autobiography (From Rome to Reformed). Currently he has two academic books in the process of being published. His research interests gravitate around Sociology of Religion, Church history and Calvinistic theology. Ottavio Palombaro is also a Reformed Baptist pastor. He has a rich ministerial and educational background, with diverse experience in the United States and Europe. Ottavio deeply appreciates expository preaching and is passionate about seeing lives transformed by God’s word. Ottavio is married to his wife, Heidi, and they have two children.
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