- Calvin College, BA
- Calvin Theological Seminary, MTS
- Princeton Theological Seminary, PhD (2005)
- Christian Theology (131)
- History of Christian Theology II (244)
- Holy Spirit and Church (234)
- Theological Ethics (332)
- Christian Martyrdom in History, Theology, and Film (Interim)
Spending time with my wife and three children, reading history and literature, and watching soccer
- systematic theology
- theology and martyrology
- original sin
- repentance and reconciliation
- REL-131 - Christian Theology
- REL-231 - The Triune God
- REL-243 - Hist of Christian Theology I
- REL-332 - Theological Ethics
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Thinking Theologically about Mass Incarceration: Biblical Foundations and Justice Imperatives (co-edited with Antonios Kireopoulos and Mitze J. Budde) (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2017).
“The Problem of Empty Pews: Mass Incarceration as a Church-Dividing Issue,” in Thinking Theologically about Mass Incarceration: Biblical Foundations and Justice Imperatives, ed. Antonios Kireopoulos, Mitze J. Budde, and Matthew D. Lundberg, pp. 255-267 (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2017).
“Gratitude and Lament: Remembering the Reformation after 500 Years,” in the web magazine Journey with Jesus, October 8 2017: https://www.journeywithjesus.net/essays/1516.
“The Logic and Limits of the Free Will Argument: An Eschatological Reconsideration,” Modern Theology 32 no. 2 (April 2016): 170-186. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/moth.12237/abstract
An Introduction to Christian Theology (co-authored with Richard J. Plantinga and Thomas R. Thompson), Introduction to Religion Series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Arabic translation forthcoming in 2017.
In the news
Religion professor earns highest faculty honor
Matthew Lundberg is the 2017 winner of Calvin's Presidential Award for Exemplary Teaching.
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