Robin Calamaio grew up in Kansas. He and his family have lived throughout the southeastern United States and now make their home in Kentucky.
Bachelor of Arts (1990)
Major in Business Administration and a Minor in Bible
Milligan College, Milligan, Tennessee
Associate of Divinity (1986)
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas
Master of Divinity (1992)
Emmanuel School of Religion, Johnson City, Tennessee
The Master Degree was a 90 semester hour program with two years of New Testament Greek, one year of Hebrew and a Master Thesis ("Matthew 18:15-17 as a Procedure for Addressing Offenses Between Christians.")
Robin was elected to the International Society of Theta Phi (1992). This is an honor society for theological students, scholars in the field of religion, and outstanding religious leaders. This society selects members. One cannot apply or lobby for inclusion in this society.
He describes himself as a "conservative, interdenominational (nondenominational) evangelical Christian brother in the Lord."
He has worked in several residential ministries. They include:
Turning Point - Staff - A Christian Drug Rehabilitation Program in Pompano Beach, Florida.
The Fort Lauderdale Beach Christian Center - Staff - A Street Gospel Mission.
East Tennessee Children's Home - Houseparent in Elizabethton, Tennessee.
He also pastored :
Knob Creek Church of the Brethren - Johnson City, Tennessee, and
Trinity Christian Church - Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Both accepted him as a nondenominational, evangelical Christian pastor.
Since 1998, he has worked as a salesman, and has used "free time" to write the materials now at your disposal. They arise from years of academic and practical Christian experience. He says it this way:
"These Ebooks and Articles, particularly the major ones, have been brewing in me for a long time. I have wanted - and needed - to get them on paper. In my attempt to share with you the truth about God on the addressed subjects, you will find material unlike anything you have ever read."