Kelly D. Dagley, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Pacific Christian College of Ministry & Biblical Studies
Phone: 714-879-3901 x. 1229
Office: Suite 216
- 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
- Secondary Teaching Credential, Theatre Arts and English, California State University Fullerton
- History and Literature of Ancient Israel
- Theology of Ministry
- Hebrew Literature
- Isaiah and His Contemporaries
- Servant Leadership
- The Story of Scripture
- New Testament Letters
- Old Testament Survey
- Introduction to Biblical Literature
- Society of Biblical Literature
- Center for Advanced Theological Studies, Women’s Association Vice-President, Fuller Theological Seminary.
- Christians for Biblical Equality
- Women and the Bible
- Old Testament Narrative
- Contextual Hermeneutics of the Old Testament
- Spiritual Formation
- The Bible and the Arts
- 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
Kelly enjoys listening to a wide variety of music, going to the theatre, movies, and concerts, watching BBC costume dramas and Denver Broncos football, occasionally preaching at my church- Sojourners Community Church in Fullerton, spending time with students, friends, family, and drinking coffee. 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.