Lee Camp is Professor of Theology and Ethics, currently teaching primarily in the M.Div. and D.Min. programs in the Hazelip School. He was awarded a permanent designation as a University “Outstanding Teacher” in 2017. During his tenure at Lipscomb he has taught courses such as Biblical Ethics, Engineering Ethics, Faith & Culture, Reading Seminar in Non-violence, The Prophets, and more. He completed his undergrad studies at Lipscomb (B.A., 1989), and graduate studies at Abilene Christian University (M.A. in doctrinal studies, M.Div., 1993) and University of Notre Dame (M.A., 1997, and Ph.D., 1999, both in Moral Theology/Christian ethics). He has published two books, Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World (Brazos Press, 2003; 2nd ed. 2008), and Who Is My Enemy: Questions American Christians Must Face About Islam, and Themselves (Brazos Press, 2011), numerous articles, and publishes occasional pieces in the Huffington Post. Camp is also the host and creator of Tokens Show, a live event "theological variety show,” with occasional specials on public television and radio broadcasts. Lee and his wife, Laura, have three sons, Chandler, David, and Ben.
You may follow Lee on Facebook or on Flickr both @leeccamp, or follow his occasional blog and podcast at TokensShow.com.