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Maël Disseau

Associate Professor
Biblical and Theological Studies
Truett McConnell University


Maël Leo David Soliman Disseau is a Frenchman native of Milan, Italy, who, in good Marpeckian tradition, is an engineer turned theologian. He is married to Cindy, his college sweetheart. A contributor to 12 Essential Skills for Great Preaching and The Anabaptists and Contemporary Baptists, Maël has interests in Anabaptistica, Systematic Theology (especially Ecclesiology), and pastoral ministries. He also has a heart for missions and ministry in the francophone world. He has taught the gamut from eighth grade to graduate classes to senior adult Sunday school, covering topics as varied as engineering, math, Baptist history, New Testament, preaching, and theology. Over the years, he has served local churches in a variety of capacities, including the roles of deacon and pastor. He currently serves as Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies and Undergraduate Program Coordinator for the Christian Studies Degrees in the School of Theology and Missions at Truett McConnell University.

Research Interest

Biblical and Theological Studies


  • Firpo. “Religious Radicalism: from Anabaptism to Anti-trinitarianism.” Translated by Maël Disseau. Southwestern Journal of Theology 56:2 (2014): 257-69.

  • Disseau. “Appendix C – Sermon Sample – Heavenly Worship – Revelation 4:1-11.” In McDill, Wayne. 12 Essential Skills for Great Preaching, 273-94. Nashville: B&H, 2006.

  • Disseau. “Italian Anabaptism: Was There Ever Such a Thing?” In The Anabaptists and Contemporary Baptists: Restoring New Testament Christianity; Essays in Honor of Paige Patterson, ed. Malcolm B. Yarnell III, 235-60. Nashville: B&H Academic, 2013.

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