Dr. Corzine's research interests include the Lord’s Supper, Certainty and the Conscience, and Subjectivity in 19th century German Protestantism. He has been a member of the Concordia-Chicago faculty since 2017.


  • Dr. theol, Systematic Theology - Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; Berlin, Germany
  • MDiv, Systematic Theology - Concordia Theological Seminary; Fort Wayne, IN
  • BS, Mathematics and German - Bradley University; Peoria, IL

Academic and Professional Highlights


  • Franz Delitzsch Award 2017, Institut für Israelogie, Gießen, Germany

Prior Positions

  • Campus Minister assigned to University of Pretoria, South Africa. Free Evangelical Lutheran Synod in South Africa and South African Mission of Lutheran Churches (April 2014-May 2017)


  • "Erfahrung im Alten Testament: Untersuchung zur Exegese des Alten Testaments bei Franz Delitzsch." Arbeiten zur Systematischen Theologie 13. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt. 2018.

  • Feasting in a Famine of the Word: Lutheran Preaching in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Mark Birkholz, Jacob Corzine, Jonathan Mumme, Wipf and Stock, Eugene, OR. 2016.

  • Wilhelm Löhe und Bildung/Wilhelm Loehe and Christian Formation, ed. Dietrich Blaufuß and Jacob Corzine, Freimund, Neuendettelsau. 2016.

  • Church Order for Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, trans. Jacob Corzine, Matthew Harrison, and Andrew Smith, ed. Jacob Corzine and Matthew Carver, Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis. 2015.

  • Theology is Eminently Practical. Essays in Honor of John T. Pless. ed. Jacob Corzine and Bryan Wolfmueller, Fort Wayne, Lutheran Legacy Press. 2013.