Dallas J. Gingles
Assistant Dean of Hybrid Education
Associate Professor of Practice in Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics
Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, 2016; M.T.S., Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, 2010; B.S. Southwestern Assemblies of God University, 2005
Christian Ethics; Systematic Theology; Bioethics
Christian Ethics: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Problem of Dirty Hands, Reinhold Niebuhr, Bioethics; Systematic Theology: The Doctrine of Providence, Anglican Ecclesiology, Theological Anthropology
:: Co-Editor (with Rebekah Miles and Joshua Mauldin), The Future of Christian Realism: International Conflict, Political Decay, and the Crisis of Democracy (Lexington, 2023).
:: “Institutions and the Future of Christian Realism” in The Future of Christian Realism: International Conflict, Political Decay, and the Crisis of Democracy (Lexington, 2023).
:: “Guilt and Regret in Moral Reasoning,” Studies in Christian Ethics (2022).
:: “Narrative,” T&T Clark Handbook of Christian Ethics, (T&T Clark, 2021).
:: “Justifications and Judgments: Walzer and Bonhoeffer on Politics and the Limits of Ethics,” Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 37.1, (Spring/Summer 2017).