Brad J. Kallenberg, Ph.D
Professor of Theology
329 Humanities

After taking a degree in science education at the University of Minnesota (B.S. Ed., physics & chemistry, 1981), I spent a decade in campus ministry throughout the upper Midwest. Still with an eye to ministry, I entered graduate school to study theology. After completing an M.A. in biblical studies and theology, I did doctoral work in philosophy of

Department of Religious Studies
University of Dayton   ¨   300 College Park   ¨   Dayton OH, 45469-1530 

Loon Compline (above)  & Raspberries at Dusk

Aitkin County, MN

science, philosophical theology and theological ethics under Nancey Murphy and the late James Wm. McClendon, Jr. at Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasedena, CA). I moved to Ohio in the fall of 2001 to join the Religious Studies Department at UD. I teach a variety of courses, both graduate and undergraduate, in theological ethics and philosophical theology.

Current reading...
     Mystical Treatises (Isaac of Ninevah)
     The Realistic Spirit (Cora Diamond)
Gifford Lectures 2012 (Sarah Coakley)
     Dostoyevsky:Language, Truth and   
         Fiction (Williams)