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Faculty: Matthew Lundberg

Matthew Lundberg, Associate Professor, Religion

Matthew Lundberg616-526-8875
Office: Hekman Library 385

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Educational Background

Calvin College, BA
Calvin Theological Seminary, MTS
Princeton Theological Seminary, PhD (2005)


  • Christian Theology (131)
  • Doctrine of God (231)
  • Theological Ethics (332)
  • Just War and Christian Ethics (Interim)

Research Interests

  • systematic theology
  • Christology
  • theology and martyrology
  • original sin
  • repentance and reconciliation

Recent Publications

"Repentance as a Paradigm for Christian Mission," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 45, no. 2 (Spring 2010): 201-217.

An Introduction to Christian Theology, Introductions to Religion series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), co-authored with Richard J. Plantinga and Thomas R. Thompson.

"Echoes of Barth in Jon Sobrino’s Critique of Natural Theology: A Dialogue in the Context of Post-Colonial Theology," in Theology as Conversation: The Significance of Dialogue in Historical and Contemporary Theology, edited by Bruce L. McCormack and Kimlyn J. Bender (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2009).

"The Problem of Suffering and the Theology of the Cross,” Covenant Quarterly 66, no. 1 (February 2008): 3-23.


Spending time with my wife and three children, reading history and literature, and keeping hope alive for the Chicago Cubs