Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics, and Associate Dean at Fuller Theological Seminary (Houston)
Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk is an assistant professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary and the associate dean of Fuller Texas in Houston. Matthew's research and teaching focuses on Islam and political ethics, workplace theology, and Reformed public theology. As of 2018, Matthew also serves as a fellow for the Center for Public Justice in Washington DC.
Matthew’s new book Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear engages the burgeoning conflict over Muslim immigration in both Europe and the United States. Critical of both right-wing nationalism and left-wing multiculturalism, the book explores a uniquely Christian response to the debate and the explosive politics of deep difference.
Matthew earned his Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and holds doctoral degrees in Systematic Theology from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and in Christian Ethics from Fuller Theological Seminary. As a Fulbright Scholar in the Netherlands Matthew studied Reformed political theology and the European conflict over Islam.