Mark Culham

Name: Mark D. Culham

Title/Position: Professor

Discipline: Philosophy/Ethics/Theology

Year Hired: 2011

M.A., Theological Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Kentucky, 2009
B.A., Theology, Trinity College, Newburgh, Indiana, 2007

Professional Organizations and Affiliations: Member, Evangelical Philosophical Society; Member, Society of Pentecostal Studies

Area/s of Specialty: Philosophy, ethics, philosophy of religion, apologetics

Courses Taught: PHIL2003, Intro to Philosophy; PHIL2013, Social Ethics; PHIL2113, Logic and Critical Thinking; HIST3113, Church History I; HIST3123, Church History II; THEO4113, Apologetics

Office Location: Cabin #3

Campus Phone Number: (405) 789-7661 ext 3457

Email Address:

Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday – 2 to 4pm

Research Interests: Philosophical theology, The Problem of Suffering and Evil

Publications and Professional Presentations: ‘What Is Your Philosophy?’, The Message, Spring 2007; (soon to be published) Book review: Theological Theodicy, Daniel Castello, PNEUMA, Journal of the Society of Pentecostal Studies

Mission/Passion: To engage the hearts and minds of students such that they come to see the connections between the Christian faith and every area of life. To help students discover the value of pursuing a deeper intellectual life along with their pursuit of a deeper spiritual life.

Favorite Bible Verse: 1 Peter 3:15

Personal Interests: Playing the guitar, reading, golf

Hometown: Dayton, Ohio