Matthew Davis, M.A.

Systems Librarian
Assistant Professor; 
Liaison to Northeastern Seminary, 
School of Education & Social Work, and
School of Natural & Social Sciences


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Matthew's Research Guides

Liaison Subject Areas

Religion & Philosophy
Theology/Northeastern Seminary


Ph.D. Christian Theology | McMaster Divinity College (In Progress)
M.A. in Theological Studies |Northeastern Seminary
M.S.I.L.S. | SUNY University at Buffalo (In Progress)
B.A. in Biblical Studies | Roberts Wesleyan College

Library Research Interests

Theological Librarianship; Information Technologies; Digital Systems; Emerging Technology; Scholarly Communication.

Other Research Interests

Practical Theology; Missiology and Christian Mission; Congregational Identity; Cruciformity and Praxis; Pauline Ethics.

Sample Publications

Davis, M. C. (2018). Review of The Missiological Spirit: Christian Mission Theology in the Third Millenium Global Context by A. Yong. Reviews in Religion & Theology, 25(2), 399.

Biographical Notes

Before Roberts: Direct Support Professional at Heritage Christian Services, and Assistant Store Manager at Gamestop.

Typical Work Day: Manage the Library Services Platform including the electronic collections, troubleshoot potential and active challenges, and liaison work with Northeastern Seminary.

Favorite Part of My Job: Research assistance and instruction.

Favorite Book: Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis.

Hobbies: Roasting coffee (favorite beans: Ethiopian and Guatemalan), discovering Rochester Parks, and reading books.


Matthew Davis Begins New Appointment - July 2, 2018