Kenneth T. Magnuson

Professor of Christian Ethics (1999)

Magnuson joined the faculty of Southern Seminary in 1999. Magnuson teaches on a wide range of topics in Christian ethics and theology, and has presented conference papers and published articles on topics such as sexual morality, marriage, infertility and reproductive technologies, contraception, capital punishment, and war and pacifism.

In addition to teaching, Magnuson has served in a variety of ministry and administrative opportunities, including disaster relief, mission trips, college student ministry, and chaplaincy. He currently serves as a deacon in his church, as an ethics consultant at a local hospital, on the editorial board for Themelios, and on the board of the American Friends of Tyndale House.

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School of Theology

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Education

B.A., Bethel College; M.Div., Bethel Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Cambridge