Kelly D. Dagley Ph.D. Candidate

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

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EDUCATION:

  • Ph.D. (in progress), Old Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • M.A., Theology with Youth Ministry Emphasis, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • B. A., Theatre Arts, English, and Bible,Pacific Christian College
  • Additional studies in Hebrew exegesis, Fuller Theological Seminary

CREDENTIALS/CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Secondary Teaching Credential, Theatre Arts and English, California State University Fullerton

COURSES:

  • History and Literature of Ancient Israel
  • Theology of Ministry
  • Old Testament Narratives
  • Old Testament Writings
  • Prophets
  • Psalms
  • History and Literature of Early Christians

KEY AWARDS/AFFILIATIONS:

  • Society of Biblical Literature
  • Center for Advanced Theological Studies, Women’s Association Vice-President, Fuller Theological Seminary.
  • Christians for Biblical Equality

ACADEMIC INTERESTS:

  • Women and the Bible
  • Old Testament Narrative
  • Contextual Hermeneutics of the Old Testament
  • Spiritual Formation
  • The Bible and the Arts

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

  • Society for Biblical Literature Regional Conference, Phoenix, AZ, March 2010
    • Presented “Ruth, Type-Scenes, and the Third Space” in Hebrew Bible Section
  • Society for Biblical Literature Regional Conference, Whittier, CA, March 2011
    • Presented “The Real Housewives of Mt. Samaria, the Rebelliously Religious, and the Shock and Awe of Amos 4” in Hebrew Bible Section
  • "Immigrant Readings of Daniel 1: Intercultural and Diasporic" at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, November 2012.

HOBBIES/INTERESTS:
Kelly enjoys listening to a wide variety of music, going to the theatre, movies, and concerts, watching BBC costume dramas, knitting, and Denver Broncos football. She occassionally preaches at her church- Sojourners Community Church in Fullerton where she is also an elder. She also loves spending time with students, friends, family (especially her niece and nephew), and drinking coffe. Lots and lots of coffee.

PHILOSOPHY OF BIBLICAL EDUCATION:
Biblical studies courses are not meant to merely fill students’ heads with knowledge but also to challenge thinking, change hearts, and equip one for a lifetime of study and encountering God in the biblical text.

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