Daniel Brunner

Professor of Christian History and Formation

503-554-6160
dbrunner@georgefox.edu



The loves and passions of my life ...

  • my family
  • an early morning time of quiet to pray, drink freshly-pressed coffee, reflect and journal on Scripture, and read eclectically
  • favorite authors: Wendell Berry, Susan Howatch, Henri Nouwen, Douglas John Hall, Kathleen Norris, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Graham Greene, and more
  • my English garden
  • sports, especially the Oregon Ducks, Portland Trailblazers, and Seattle Mariners
  • movies (Netflix has been a boon!)

Academic Background

BA, Biblical Studies (Missiology), Northwest Christian College, Eugene, Oregon (1977); MDiv (Christian Formation and Discipleship), Fuller Theological Seminary (1985); DPhil, University of Oxford (1988)

Expertise and Research Interests

Christian spirituality and the paradoxes of the Christian life, German Lutheran Pietism, hybrid learning and pedagogy, Luther's theology of the cross.

Research Bibliography

Published works and sermons

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