Stephen K. Moroney
Chair, Department of Theology; Professor of Theology
BA, Duke University (1983)
MA, Wheaton College (1986)
MATS, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (1988)
PhD, Duke University (1995)
Professor of Theology at Malone University, 1993-present.
Recent Scholarly Work
Papers presented at the national meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society: "God's Judgment: A Didactic and Kerygmatic Oversight?" (2006); "Marcion's Lingering Influence: Ancient and Modern Claims Contrasting the Old Testament God of Justice and Wrath with the New Testament God of Love and Mercy" (2007); "Thus Judgeth the Lord: Dangers of Proclaiming God's Judgment in Current Events" (2008); "Theological Wisdom from Mr. Miyagi and Daniel-san? Exploring the Idea of Balance and Models That Struggle to Understand God's Wrath and Love" (2009). Scholarly Publications: "Higher Stages? Some Cautions for Christian Integration with Kohlberg's Theory," Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34:4 (Winter 2006): 361-371. "Cultivating Humility: Teaching Practices Rooted in Christian Anthropology." Tri-authored with Matthew P. Phelps and Scott T. Waalkes, in Michael D. Beaty and Douglas V. Henry (eds.), The Schooled Heart: Moral Formation in American Higher Education (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2007), 171-190. God of Love and God of Judgment (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2009).
Theology of Humanity
Current Controversies in Theology
History of Christian Thought
I have enjoyed 23 years of fantastic marriage to Sue—the love of my life. We are blessed with two incredible daughters—Grace and Joy. Teaching theology to college and graduate students is my dream job.