Ry Siggelkow portrait

Ry Siggelkow

Adjunct Professor
Office
JRC 147
Phone
(651) 962-5300
Mail
Mail #JRC 109, University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul MN 55105

Ry O. Siggelkow is an adjunct professor of theology at St. Thomas and Bethel University, and Pastor of Proclamation, Witness, and Formation at Faith Mennonite Church in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis. He earned a Ph.D. in Theology (Christian Ethics) from Princeton Theological Seminary (2017), and an M.A. (2009) and B.A. (2006) in Theology from St. Thomas. Ry has served the department as a theology tutor and research assistant (2007-2009), and as an adjunct instructor (2009-2011; 2014-). His areas of specialization are theological ethics and systematic theology with a special interest in the relationship between eschatology, radical politics, and theologies of black power and liberation. His current work focuses on the theme of “apocalyptic” in twentieth-century theology, specifically in the theology and ethics of Ernst Käsemann, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Paul Lehmann, and James Cone. His articles and book reviews have appeared in The Princeton Theological ReviewThe Conrad Grebel ReviewAnabaptist WitnessScottish Journal of Theology, and The Other Journal. Most recently, he is a contributor to the collection, Karl Barth in Conversation (Cascade Books, 2014) and is co-editor (with Nancy J. Duff) of the forthcoming volume, The Revolutionary Gospel: Paul Lehmann and the Direction of Theology Today (Fortress Press). At the invitation of Princeton's Center for Barth Studies, he was a featured speaker and workshop leader at the first Karl Barth Pastors Conference. Ry lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Marcia, and their three children, Owen, Aleida, and Wendy. 


 

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