Brian C. Clark (B.A., Indiana Wesleyan University; M. Div., Princeton Theological Seminary) is a product of the John Wesley Honors College. Brian feels called to work at the intersection of the church and the academe. As a licensed minister, he has experience ministering in a variety of contexts including nursing homes, urban ministry, hospitals, hospice care, etc. He currently ministers on staff at his home church in Marion, Indiana.
As a student, Brian discovered a love for early Christian theology, especially works by Augustine of Hippo and the Cappadocians. His current interests are either eclectic or confused, depending on whom you ask. For example, Brian enjoys reading in subjects spanning ecclesiology to economics. In his free time, Brian enjoys cycling and attempts to enjoy running.
Brian's publications include projects he produced with Dr. Todd C. Ream, which include a chapter in a collected volume, an article in Intégrité, book reviews in New Blackfriars and the Newman Studies Journal, and an interview of Theodore Hesburgh published in Books and Culture. Brian also wrote a review published in the Princeton Theological Review.
Last updated: 10/21/2016