David L. Stubbs

 David L. Stubbs

Address101 East 13th Street
Holland, MI 49423

Professor of Ethics and Theology, Western Theological Seminary

B.S., Stanford University,
M.S., Stanford University,
M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Duke University,

A central interest of David Stubbs’s scholarly work is the impact that different philosophies and cultures have had on the church’s theological and ethical imagination. That interest finds particular focus in his continued work on the concept of participation in Christ and sanctification in the modern Reformed tradition.

His interest in theology and ethics has not been purely academic, however. David has worked in college ministries and worship leadership for many years, served as a construction manager for Habitat for Humanity, taught English in China, and participated in and led several mission service projects in the U.S., Argentina, and Mexico.

Dr. Stubbs recently published a theological commentary on the book of Numbers with Brazos Press and is working on a project exploring the influence of Israelite worship on the Lord’s Supper. He is also part of the steering committees of the Systematic Theology group of the American Academy of Religion and on the editorial board of Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought. Dr. Stubbs has published and presented in areas such as sacraments, ethics, the theological ethics of Karl Barth, Christian views on war, Eastern Orthodoxy, and the impact of Anglo-American postmodernism on ethics and theology.

Areas of Interest

Ethics; Theology;

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