TEDS Adds Three New Faculty Members

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Three new faculty members were added to the Divinity School roster in 2013.

Deborah Colwill, PhD, (who began in the spring semester) comes from Asbury Theological Seminary and joins the faculty as Associate Professor of Educational Ministries. She earned both her MDiv and PhD from Trinity (as well as a second PhD in Organizational Development from Benedictine University) and has served in a variety of leadership and consulting positions. Her research interests include the development of emerging leaders, senior leadership team collaboration, bridging the generation gap between existing and emerging leaders, development of healthy churches and Christian organizations, and adult learning theory. She has written Educating the Scholar-Practitioner in Organization Development.

David Luy, PhD, arrived last year as a Dean’s appointment but has now transitioned into the role of Assistant Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology. He is an alumnus of Trinity’s MDiv program and recently completed his doctoral work at Marquette on the historical interpretation and contemporary reception of Martin Luther’s Christology. He has published material on Luther and Hans Urs Von Balthasar.

Constantine Campbell, PhD (pictured above) joins the faculty as Associate Professor of New Testament. He and his family are from from Australia, and he previously taught at Moore Theological College in Sydney. He holds degrees in both biblical studies and jazz and is an avid jazz saxophonist who gigged regularly in Australia, both in ministry and non-ministry-based settings. He has written on biblical Greek, including Keep Your Greek: Strategies for Busy People and Basics of Verbal Aspect, as well as a major recent contribution to Pauline studies titled Paul and Union with Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study. He is passionate about preaching and about using the arts in evangelism, and has a recent book on the subject titled Outreach and the Artist: Sharing the Gospel with the Arts.

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