Joelle Hathaway

Dr. Joelle A. Hathaway is Bethany’s Assistant Professor of Theological Studies. She is a double graduate of Duke Divinity School, where she completed her MTS (Masters in Theological Studies) and then ThD (Doctorate in Theology) in Theology and the

Daniel W. Ulrich

Biographical Sketch

Dan’s love for the Bible began early while growing up in a family and church that emphasized Jesus’ call to love neighbors and seek peace. Intercultural experiences, including a year of undergraduate study in Barcelona, Spain, helped broaden and

H. Kendall Rogers

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The son of a Church of the Brethren pastor, I grew up in congregations in Iowa, Nebraska, and Indiana. I was baptized in Dallas Center. My mother was choir director and organist; she also taught mathematics and business

Dan Poole

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I was born in Indiana and grew up attending the Wabash Church of the Brethren. After serving for 18 years in congregational ministry, first at the Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren as Associate Pastor and then at the

Dawn Ottoni-Wilhelm

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Born and reared in Detroit, Michigan, Professor Ottoni-Wilhelm is ordained in the Church of the Brethren. After serving for three years as a hospital chaplain and nine as a pastor, she completed her doctoral work in practical theology

Denise Kettering-Lane

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I serve as the Associate Professor of Brethren Studies and Director of the MA Program at Bethany. I received a BA in Religion from Ashland University in Ohio and a Masters in Theological Studies from Candler School of

Russell Haitch

Russell Haitch came to Bethany in 2003, after being a teaching fellow at Princeton Theological Seminary and instructor for Pacific School of Religion.   He says major strengths of Bethany are “the high value it places on teaching and