Mark Husbands holds the Leonard and Marjorie Maas Chair in

Reformed Theology at Hope College. He holds a Ph.D. in Theology from the

University of St. Michael's College, (University of Toronto) where he wrote on

Barth’s Ethics of Prayer, Ontology and Moral Action under the direction of Dr. John Webster (Aberdeen). While

primarily concerned with the moral theology of Karl Barth, professor Husbands’

scholarly work demonstrates a genuine commitment to the integration of faith

and learning. This is on display in publications and scholarly presentations on

topics as diverse as the doctrine of the Trinity, Scripture, theological

anthropology, political theology, women in ministry, world Christianity,

HIV/AIDS, justice and the environment. Theological and cultural interests have

led him to address the work of Gregory of Nyssa, Calvin, P.T. Forsyth,

Bonhoeffoer, T.F. Torrance, Martin Luther King Jr., Archbishop David Gitari,

Miroslav Volf, Karl Barth, and theological significance of Mozart, Verdi, and

U2.