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About Brad J. Kallenberg

After taking a degree in science education at the University of Minnesota (B.S.Ed., physics and chemistry, 1981), Dr. Kallenberg spent a decade in campus ministry throughout the upper Midwest. At the end of this time and still with an eye to ministry, Dr. Kallenberg entered graduate school to study theology. After completing an M.A. in biblical studies and theology, he completed the Ph.D. in philosophical theology and ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasedena, CA). He taught a number of years at a variety of schools (including St. Petersburg Academy, Russia) before moving to Ohio in the fall of 2001 to join the religious studies department at UD. He teaches a variety of ethics courses, including Christian Ethics and Engineering, for both graduate and undergraduate students.

• College Theology Society, 2003-present
• National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion, 2003-present
• Society for Philosophy of Religion, 2002-present
• Ekklesia Project, 2002-present
• Society of Christian Ethics, 1996-present
• American Academy of Religion, 1997-2006
• American Philosophical Association, 1998-2001
• Society of Christian Philosophers, 1992-2001


2001 - Present Professor, University of Dayton Department of Religious Studies

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  • REL369 Christian Ethics and Engineering
  • EGR320 Christian Ethics by Design
  • REL561 Approaches to Morality
  • REL592 Ethics and the Bible
  • REL645 Philosophy for Theology
  • REL 660 Theology and Metaethics


1998 PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary ‐ Theology
1992 MA, Fuller Theological Seminary ‐ Biblical Studies & Theology
1981 BS, University of Minnesota ‐ Education (Chemistry/Physics)

Contact Information

Phone: 937-229-4392


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