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Jason A. Fout

Jason Fout (Seabury '01) joined the faculty of Bexley Hall in 2009. Before that, he and his family and lived in the UK for four years, where he was completing his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He is from the Diocese of Chicago and was ordained there in 2001, after having attended seminary at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary. Following ordination, he served in a parish in the Diocese of Western Michigan for four years, as curate and then associate rector. In Western Michigan, he served on the diocese’s Commission on Ministry and served as examining chaplain for the diocese; nationally, he has worked with the General Board of Examining Chaplains in assessing the GOEs.

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Jason wrote his dissertation on the glory of God and its relation to human agency at Cambridge, under the supervision of Professor David F. Ford and the late Professor Daniel W. Hardy. Other theologians and philosophers who have influenced his work include Donald MacKinnon, Rowan Williams, Sarah Coakley, Paul Ricoeur, Thomas Aquinas, Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar. His research interests include contemporary Anglican theology, as well as the history of Anglican theology and constructive theology in the areas of Christology, political theology and theological anthropology. He also has a growing interest in the practice of Scriptural Reasoning, in urban studies, particularly related to the New Urbanism, and theological readings of the built environment.

He is an avid cook, a keen road cyclist and a longsuffering fan of the Chicago Cubs and English Test Cricket.

JAson enjoys opportunities to preach and teach in local parishes. He would be prepared to teach on the topics of:

  • Who is Jesus Christ/ what is Christ’s mission and work?
  • Scriptural Reasoning
  • the Fear of God
  • the Problem of Evil/ suffering
  • New Urbanism/ built environment
  • Creation

(And he would be happy to receive any inquiries on other topics!)