Betty R. Lindner Chair of Evangelical Theology
Ph.D. Northwestern University (Theological Ethics, Church and Society)
M. A. Northern Baptist Seminary (NT, Theology)
B. A. Wheaton College (Philosophy)
University of Chicago Divinity School (Theological Ethics)
University of Miami (FLA) Graduate School of Economics (International Economics)
David Fitch is B. R. Lindner Chair of Evangelical Theology at Northern Seminary Chicago, IL. He is also the founding pastor of Life on the Vine Christian Community- a missional church in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. He coaches a network of church plants in the C&MA linked to Life on the Vine. He writes on the issues the local church must face in Mission including cultural engagement, leadership and theology and has lectured and presented on these topics at many seminaries, graduate schools, denominational gatherings and conferences.
Dr. Fitch is the author of numerous articles in periodicals such as Christianity Today, The Other Journal, Missiology as well as various academic journals.
He is the author of The Great Giveaway: Reclaiming the Mission of the Church from American Business, Para-Church Organizations, Psychotherapy, Consumer Capitalism and Other Modern Maladies, The End of Evangelicalism? Discerning a New Faithfulness for Mission and mostly recently Prodigal Christianity: 10 Signposts into the Missional Frontier with co-author Geoff Holsclaw.
- Character and Virtue Ethics
- Theological Ethics (History of)
- Church and Society (History of)
- Postmodern and Post Liberal Christian Thought
- Moral development (Moral Education)
- General History of Philosophy
- General History of Theology
- Christian Sexual Ethics
- Ethics and Education (esp. Philosophy of Education)
Sept 27, 2012
Great Rivers American Baptist Ministers Conference, Peoria IL
Sept 28-29 2012
SENT-tralized Conference Kansas City MO