Erin Dufault-Hunter

 Erin Dufault-Hunter
AddressFuller Theological Seminary
135 N. Oakland Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91182

Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics, Fuller Theological Seminary

A.B., Occidental College,
M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., University of Southern California,

Erin Dufault-Hunter joined the faculty of Fuller as assistant professor of Christian ethics in 2006, after having served as adjunct assistant professor in ethics in the School of Theology since 2003. Prior to coming to Fuller, she earned several awards for excellence in teaching as a teaching assistant at the University of Southern California.

Dufault-Hunter has written on narrative theory and the sociology of religion, including her dissertation on conversion and the entry on “Secularism” in the Global Dictionary of Theology (forthcoming). She has written and spoken on the intersection of reproductive technologies, parenting, and our call to be hospitable toward children. She recently gave a paper at the Pacific Regional Meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics, on the topic Parenting as Hopeful Vulnerability: Welcoming Children in an Age of Reproductive Technology.

Dufault-Hunter’s current research focuses on the issues of sexuality and family in our 21st century context, particularly in an age of biotechnology and dramatic socio-economic shifts. Her passion is to explore how Christ is inviting the church to be shaped by the gospel as it faces complex ethical issues in a new century. She is a member of Pasadena Mennonite Church, where she occasionally preaches and helps lead worship.

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