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He graduated from Wade Hampton High School in Greenville, South Carolina before attending Wheaton College for literature and philosophy studies before going on to complete a PhD in New Testament studies at Munich’s University from 1971-1974.
Early Life and Education
John Piper is a globally acclaimed celebrity, having achieved this status through hard work. Additionally, he is widely respected as an author who has written various books covering a range of subjects.
He also works as a speaker, appearing at many events across the United States as well as television and radio broadcasts.
He attended Wade Hampton High School before going on to graduate from Wheaton College with a major in literature and minor in philosophy. There, he majored in literature while minoring in philosophy. Since graduating he has written over 50 books – such as Desiring God and Don’t Waste Your Life which have won several awards – in addition to many essays covering such topics as affliction and perseverance, as well as biographical studies of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, William Piper, and Robert Murray McCheyne.
John Piper has long been an iconic literary figure. His writings have touched millions of lives, leading to worldwide recognition and earning him global renown despite difficulties encountered along his path to greatness.
Bill and Ruth Piper welcomed him into this world on January 11, 1946 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but his father traveled frequently as an evangelist; therefore his mother raised him primarily. After attending Wade Hampton High School – graduating in 1964- he matriculated at Wheaton College to major in literature and philosophy while simultaneously receiving his Bachelor of Divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary of Pasadena California.
Through his marriage, he and his wife have five sons and a daughter together as well as twelve grandchildren.
Achievement and Honors
John Piper has made his mark on literary life and serves as an invaluable source of encouragement and motivation to aspiring authors. A Baptist theologian by training, John is widely revered as a prolific novelist and has released multiple bestselling novels that are considered heroes by his admirers.
Born January 11 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Attended Wade Hampton High School and Wheaton College (majoring in literature with minor in philosophy). Later enrolled at Fuller Theological Seminary of Pasadena for his Bachelor of Divinity studies before undertaking doctoral research into New Testament Studies at Munich University of Germany.
He is the founder of Desiring God organization and has served Bethlehem Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota for more than three decades as its pastor. Additionally, he serves as Chancellor of Bethlehem College 4 Seminaries as well as authoring various books such as Meditations of a Christian Hedonist.
John Piper is an eminent American Baptist theologian, pastor, and author who writes and speaks frequently on God’s supremacy. Additionally, he founded Desiring God Ministries which has the mission of spreading the Gospel and proclaiming its glory throughout society.
John Henry is married to Noel Henry and the couple has five children together: four sons and a daughter. John earned a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from Munich, West Germany in 1974 before teaching biblical studies for six years at Bethel University and Seminary before becoming a pastor.
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John Piper has been serving as a pastor for 33 years. In this capacity, he gives bible lectures and publishes books about religion – activities which bring in substantial income from both sources, plus royalties as an author.
John earned his doctorate in New Testament studies at the University of Munich, West Germany. Following this he taught biblical studies for six years at Bethel University and Seminary before being invited to become pastor at Bethlehem Baptist Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
As a theologian, he adheres to the belief that greed is at the root of all evil; as such, he only keeps what he needs for himself while giving away any excess to charity. Thus he only retains a small percentage of his earnings himself and donates the rest.