Leslie Rewald, MS

Leslie Rewald Counseling Psychology Department

Leslie Rewald, MS

Leslie Rewald, MS

Professor Rewald is an Assistant Professor and Program Director of the Counseling and Psychology Department. She earned her MS from Villanova University and her Bachelor of Arts at Temple University. She chairs the Counseling department and has been with TCF for eighteen years. Leslie invites you to her blog at Peace 2 All Beings.

Interview with Leslie

Faculty Publications

Ancient Apologetic Exegesis

Introducing and Recovering Theophilus's World. Dr. Parsons has been teaching at TCF since 2006 in the areas of Bible and Theology, specializing in Church History. He is also the Program Director for Advanced Theological Studies.

2015 Dr. Stu Parsons


Darwin Strikes Back

Defending the Science of Intelligent Design. Dr. Thomas Woodward has been teaching at TCF since 1988 in the areas of theology, apologetics, and science. He is also the President of the C.S. Lewis Society.

2006 Dr. Thomas Woodward


Discipleship in Education

A Plan for Creating True Followers of Jesus Christ in Christian Schools. Dr. Allotta began teaching at Trinity College of Florida in 2010. He is the Program Director for the Ministry programs at TCF. He is also the campus chaplain.

2018 Dr. Joseph Allotta


Doubts About Darwin

A History of Intelligent Design.Dr. Woodward has been teaching at TCF since 1988 in the areas of theology, apologetics, and science. He is also the President of the C.S. Lewis Society.

2003 Dr. Thomas Woodward


Love That Rescues

In an age where "church discipline" has fallen out of favor in the context of many churches, Eric Bargerhuff calls the church to a deeper understanding of its nature and purpose as an expression of God's "fatherly love" towards his people. As a biblically mandated activity instituted by Christ himself in Matthew 18, church discipline is an essential practice of any faithful church that is committed to sharing the Gospel and making disciples.

2010 Dr. Eric Bargerhuff


The Character of a Disciple

A 52-Week Devotional Challenging Disciples to Take on the Character of Christ. Author Cindy Perkins is an Assistant Professor, Director of Business and Organizational Leadership Department

2023 Cindy Perkins


The Most Misused Stories in the Bible

Eric J. Bargerhuff, Ph.D. is the Vice President for Academic Affairs and a professor of Bible and Theology. He served in pastoral ministry for over 22 years in churches in Ohio, Illinois, and Florida. He received his Ph.D. in Biblical and Systematic Theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.

2017 Dr. Eric Bargerhuff


The Most Misused Verses in the Bible

A surprising number of popular Bible stories are commonly misused or misunderstood, even by well-intentioned Christians. In this concise yet thorough book, Eric J. Bargerhuff helps you fully understand the meaning of David and Goliath, Jonah and the Big Fish, the Woman Caught in Adultery, and other well-known Bible stories.

2012 Dr. Eric Bargerhuff


The Mysterious Epigenome: What Lies Beyond DNA

Many believers don’t understand the importance DNA has on their everyday routines. Healthy lifestyles--and healthy spiritual lives--are very much related to the epigenome, the control system of the cell. It’s time for Christians to learn the amazing and mysterious benefits of understanding what lies beyond DNA. In this creative and inventive treatment, authors Thomas E. Woodward and James P. Gills take readers on an exploration of the human epigenome. Acting as tour guides leading visitors through a 3-D model of a human cell, Woodward and Gills bring to life the human molecular makeup. Readers (as visitors) will get up close and personal with the minute details of human molecular structure, including E. coli, flagellum, a DNA helix, an RNA molecule, and more. By seeing it with their own eyes, readers will gain a better understanding of their genetic systems and a better appreciation for the Creator who put this all into place.

2011 by Thomas Woodward (Author), James Gills (Author)


Watch Your Step! Barefoot in a Broken-Glass World

There is no reset button in life. Avoiding the pitfalls of life takes wisdom-wisdom not of this world. The key to avoiding, and worse yet, causing a disaster in your life is to develop a keen eye for any signs of trouble. Watch Your Step! Barefoot in a Broken-Glass World helps the reader identify and avoid the pitfalls as identified by Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived. He had profound insights into the fallen nature of man.

2014 John Keller


Why Is That in the Bible?

The Most Perplexing Verses and Stories—and What They Teach Us. What should we make of the Bible story about a talking donkey? What about the passage in Joshua where the sun and moon stood still? Should biblical practices like women wearing head coverings still be followed today? The Bible serves as the foundation for all of Christian life, crossing time and transcending cultures, yet many passages are perplexing.

2020 Eric J. Bargerhuff