This list of faculty is subject to change or revision and addition as we continue developing our curriculum and class schedule. It should also be noted that some faculty will be teaching portions of classes in conjunction with other faculty members, and we expect to bring some lecturers in to teach short segments on specialized subjects, and those will be announced separately when determined. Please check our News page often for additional information.
Kevin L. Clauson, J.D., M.A., B.A., B.S.
Dr. Kevin Clauson teaches both Principles of Law and Principles of Government. In addition to his teaching and administrative duties at CBC, Dr. Clauson is also the current president of The Patrick Henry Institute, Inc., an educational organization with similar educational philosophy to CBC, but offering educational opportunities that are different from those of a Bible college. He has recently served as Vice President of Academics at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, as well as serving as Professor of Government and Law, and as Director of the Center for Faith, Freedom and the Constitution. Prior to those assignments, he was professor of Government and the founding head of the Government Division at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and President of Christ College, also in Lynchburg, Virginia. He served as Professor of Political Science at Grove City College in Pennsylvania before his time in Lynchburg, Virginia. He is an elder in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
Dr. Clauson has authored numerous articles and a few book chapters. He was a candidate for public office three times. He is originally from West Virginia, where he earned his B.A. in International Affairs, his B.S. in Chemistry, and his M.S. in Political Science at Marshall University. Pres. Clauson earned his J.D. from West Virginia University.
He has been married to his wife, Marcia, for 40 years, who has been the chief homeschool teacher of their 5 children. He and Marcia have 12 grandchildren.
Richard E. Knodel, Ph.D, M.Div., B.A.
Dr. Richard Knodel teaches principles of theology at CBC. He is also associate pastor at Reformed International Theological Seminary in Fellsmere, Florida, and is the current pastor of Southwest Ohio Reformed Presbyterian Church in Mason, Ohio. Previously Dr. Knodel taught at Christ College in Lynchburg, Virginia and pastored churches in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Virginia, while also writing regularly for two publications and teaching and preaching in association with a congregation in Airdrie, a town in North Lankanshire, Scotland. Dr. Knodel is the author of Lifestyle: A Biblical/Philosophical Study of Christianity and the Culture It Produces, was a regular contribute to Journey magazine for 20 years.