R. Kendall Soulen
Director of the Master of Theological Studies Program; Professor of Systematic Theology

Kendall Soulen is a member of the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Besides being interested in 'all things theological', he is an old-time banjo and fiddle player. He most recent books are The Divine Name(s) and the Holy trinity: Distinguishing the Voices (2011), and Handbook of Biblical Criticism, 4th edition (2011).

Contact Information
202-885-8656
ksoulen@wesleyseminary.edu

Courses Taught

  • Charles Wesley
  • Orientation to Christian Theology
  • PMM: Practice in Ministry and Mission Colloquy
  • Philosophical Backgrounds
  • Providence, Evil and Suffering
  • Seminar: Karl Barth
  • Systematic Theology 1
  • Systematic Theology 2
  • The Gospel and a Consumer Culture

Education

  • Yale University, B.A.
  • Emory University, M.Div.
  • Yale University, Ph.D.

Publications

  • The God of Israel and Christian Theology (1996)
  • Handbook of Biblical Criticism, 3rd edition, co-authored with Richard N. Soulen (2001)
  • Abraham's Promise: Judaism and Jewish Christian Relations(2004)
  • God and Human Dignity, co-edited with Linda Woodhead (Summer 2006)

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