Dr. Brian Bantum is a professor of theology at Seattle Pacific University and a graduate of Duke University. For 10 years he has been reflecting on God, God’s people, and God’s world trying to discern what to learn, what to teach, and how to teach it. It is his hope that his teaching and learning might serve to help Christians and non-Christians alike navigate a quickly changing world where lives and societies are becoming intermingled at an ever-quickening pace.
His teaching and writing intersect theology and critical theory. He writes and teaches on issues of identity, Christology, race theory, interracial existence, ecclesiology, and church practices.