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Department of Theology and Religion

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Mr Benjamin DeVan

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Benjamin B. DeVan

Benjamin B. DeVan has taught religion, philosophy, and African American literature at North Carolina Central University, Peace College, and a January term mini-course at MIT titled, "Religion: Bringing the World Together, or Tearing the World Apart?" He completed his MA in Counseling at Asbury Theological Seminary, his MDiv at Duke University, a ThM at Harvard in World Religions with a thesis on Evangelical Christians and Muslims, and is now a doctoral candidate at Durham University writing a dissertation on the New Atheism.

Research Interests

  • Ethics and Theology
  • The New Atheism
  • Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations
  • Evangelical Christianity

Selected Publications

Edited works: contributions

Articles: magazine

Articles: newspaper

Journal papers: academic

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Media Contacts

Available for media contact about:

  • Philosophy: Comparative Religion, Ethics, Theology: The New Atheism, Christian-Muslim Relations, Evangelical Christianity, Religion and Science, Islam
  • Ethics: Comparative Religion, Ethics, Theology: The New Atheism, Christian-Muslim Relations, Evangelical Christianity, Religion and Science, Islam
  • Theology: Comparative Religion, Ethics, Theology: The New Atheism, Christian-Muslim Relations, Evangelical Christianity, Religion and Science, Islam

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