Michael Hogue

 Michael Hogue

Address5701 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

Associate Professor of Theology, Meadville/Lombard Theological Seminary

Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2005
M.A., University of Chicago,
B.A., Hope College,

Hogue brings to Meadville Lombard a deep concern for Theology as an interdisciplinary, public enterprise of religious life. In particular, his teaching and writing explores Theology as it intersects with Religious and Environmental Ethics, and the Sciences and Cultural Studies. Raised as a “preacher’s kid” in the United Church of Christ, Hogue has a great deal of respect for the tasks of religious leadership. He is keenly committed to the contemporary significance of liberal religion and liberal theology, especially within the context of global dynamics. His published articles and reviews have appeared in venues such as The Journal of Religion, Zygon: A Journal of Religion and Science, and Crosscurrents, among others. His first book, The Tangled Bank: Toward an Ecotheological Ethics of Responsible Participation, is being published in the Princeton Theological Monograph Series of Wipf and Stock Publishers (Fall 2007). He is also at work on a second book, Vulnerable Life and Varieties of Religious Ethics. Hogue is an active member of several academic societies, the American Academy of Religion, the Society of Christian Ethics, and the Highlands Institute for American Religious and Philosophical Thought.

Hogue grew up in Traverse City, Michigan and spent his childhood exploring the lakes and landscapes of the northwoods. He is the proud father of Kincade and newly-born Mikaela, and the very grateful husband of Sara.

Areas of Interest

Religious Ethics and Environmental Ethics

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