Dr. James Callahan has served as an adjunct professor of religious studies at Elmhurst College since 2000. His academic background is in the history of Christianity with a focus on how the Bible has been read and influenced contemporary religious history broadly. Dr. Callahan’s published works include articles on Christology, theological hermeneutics and religious primitivism; and his current research explores the role of martyrdom in religious history. James’ work beyond academics is in nonprofit communications and fundraising, and he serves as a consultant to select nonprofits.
- REL 280 Ministry: Callings and Practice
- REL 281 Serving Society: Faith Perspectives
- REL 350 Religion in America
- REL 321 Modern and Contemporary Theology
- REL 351 Religious Studies in Public Schools K-12