Robert Guy is Director of the Institute at Winebrenner Theological Seminary, developing educational avenues for non-traditional students. For the past several years he has served as pastor and chaplain, been heavily involved in ministry with youth and senior citizens, and with leadership and community development.
He has graduate degrees from Slippery Rock University, Winebrenner Theological Seminary, Columbia International University, and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is presently pursuing a Ph.D in Divinity at the University of Aberdeen.
His research interests include historical theology, Scottish and American history, with a special interest in Pennsylvania’s role in the American Revolution. He is co-sponsor of the William Thompson: Forgotten Patriot exhibit, a display of original 18th Century artifacts which tells the story of America’s struggle for freedom.
He has a daughter, Shayne, who is studying English Literature at Grove City College, and a son, Robbie, who is presently pursuing a career in nursing at Clarion University. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoys playing tennis and hockey, and is a lifelong Pittsburgh Steelers fan.