Kent Eilers served as a presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, 'Christ in All Scripture' (San Diego, 11/20-22/2019), addressing the Section, Theological Education and Pedagogy: "One Thing that Worked": Engaging Students in Bible and Theology Classrooms - and is affiliated with Huntington University.
The Rev. Dr. Kent Eilers is professor of theology and has been at Huntington University since 2009. His undergraduate education was at Calvin College, then he completed graduate studies at Denver Seminary (MDiv) and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland (PhD in systematic theology).
While completing his undergraduate and graduate education he served on the staffs of several churches in Michigan and later in Colorado where he was ordained. Married to his wife since 2000, he and Tammy have two daughters, Hannah and Abigail. They enjoy doing just about anything that gets them outdoors.
Dr. Eilers was raised by evangelical Christian parents in the Evangelical Covenant tradition, and he has since been involved in churches from several other Protestant traditions, such as the United Brethren in Christ (UB), Christian Reformed Church (CRC), various interdenominational churches, and most recently the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). Dr. Eilers was confirmed in the ACNA in 2017. His theological commitments are firmly evangelical, ecumenical, and eclectic. In 2019, Dr. Eilers was an initial signatory on the contemporary Protestant confession, A Reforming Catholic Confession (reformingcatholicconfession.com).
To view Dr. Eilers' complete list of accomplishments, please see his vita.