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Loren E. Wilkinson

Professor (part-time), Interdisciplinary Studies & Philosophy
BA (Wheaton), MA (Johns Hopkins), MA (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), PhD (Syracuse)
Loren Wilkinson joined the Regent College faculty in 1981. He had been an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Seattle Pacific College (1972–1977) and a Fellow at Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship (1977–1978).

Loren Wilkinson’s teaching interests include Christianity and the arts, philosophy, and earthkeeping. His popular Creation, Wilderness, and Technology course takes place on a summer boat trip.

He has written many scholarly and popular articles developing a Christian environmental ethic and exploring the human relationship to the natural world in its environmental, aesthetic, scientific, and religious dimensions. His books include Earthkeeping: Christian Stewardship of Natural Resources and Caring for Creation in Your Own Backyard (co-authored with Mary-Ruth Wilkinson). He is currently working on a book entitled Circles and the Cross: A Trinitarian Response to Some Contemporary Religious Movements.
Loren Wilkinson lives on Galiano Island with his wife Mary-Ruth. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.

Areas of expertise

  • Theology of Creation
  • Christianity and Literature
  • Christian Environmental Ethics

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