Lee Hardy

 Lee Hardy

Address3233 Burton SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Adjunct Professor of Philosophical Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary

B.A., Trinity Christian College, 1976
M.A., Dusquesne University, 1979
M.A., University of Pittsburgh, 1981
Ph.D., Dusquesne University, 1987

Adjunct Professor of Philosophical Theology (2002)
B.A. (Trinity Christian College, 1976)
M.A. (Dusquesne University, 1979)
M.A. (University of Pittsburgh, 1981)
Ph.D. (Dusquesne University, 1987)

Lee Hardy has taught in the Calvin College philosophy department since 1981, and at Calvin Theological Seminary since 2002. Lee has lectured across North America, Canada, Europe, and more recently in Asia including Korea and mainland China. He is the author of The Fabric of this World, a book on the philosophy of human labor and the theology of vocation, which was translated into French, Spanish and Chinese.

“Teaching in the PhD program at the seminary has been both a challenge and a joy for me. I enjoy the diversity of students, their camaraderie, and the uniformly high level of motivation. I learn a good deal from them, as I hope they do from me. I sense that my background in post-Kantian European philosophy complements my colleagues’ work in historical and systematic theology quite well.”

Lee Hardy is married to Judy and they have four children. Lee and his family are long time members of Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, MI.

Areas of Interest

Philosophical Theology;

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