Mr. Chancellor C. Roberts, II is an author, educator and Navy veteran. He is a 2009 graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science degree in multidisciplinary studies (religion and special education) and subsequently went on to obtain a graduate certificate in global studies. He is certified to teach English to speakers of other languages (ESL) to adults, and is “highly qualified” under the American education law No Child Left Behind to teach early childhood through eighth grade and ESL in Texas.
Mr. Roberts currently works as an English language educator. He is himself a Spanish language learner; so, he is able to sympathize with his students’ efforts to learn what, for them, is a foreign language.
Mr. Roberts served in the United States Navy as a Religious Program Specialist from 1981 to 1992 and is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War. He worked for the Social Security Administration’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review from 1993 to 2013 as an Office Automation Clerk (March-October 1993), Hearing Clerk (October 1993 to June 1997), Legal Assistant (June 1993 to September 2000) and Paralegal Analyst/Decision Writer (September 2000 to January 2013).
Mr. Roberts wrote the following Publish America books: God in Three What? An Examination of the Use of Persons in the Trinity Doctrine (2006); Homesick (2010) and We Believe: A Commentary on the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 A.D. (2013).
Mr. Roberts extensively studied the trinity doctrine and its early history after he came out of oneness Pentecostalism. Because of that study, he came to adhere to the original version of the Nicene Creed of 325 A.D. and the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 A.D., as well as the confessional statement of Mar Aqaq of 486 A.D. He has been a pastor, a Bible teacher, and a Sunday school teacher, and has otherwise been involved in church leadership. He currently serves overseas.
Politically, Mr. Roberts is a libertarian and constitutionalist who has extensively studied the American Constitution and the writings and verbal statements of the American founding fathers.
Mr. Roberts is a member of Refreshing Springs Church, an independent Reformed church in Buffalo, New York. He is also a member of Mensa (the society for people with IQs at or above the 98th percentile) and of the International Association of World Englishes.