|Dr. Michael Andres, associate professor of religion at Northwestern College, spoke at the regional meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Omaha March 23–24.
Andres presented a paper, “How Does Thinking About Things Form the Christian Life? Consumerism, Theological Method and Sanctification.”
A member of Northwestern’s faculty since 1998, Andres teaches systematic theology, philosophical theology, Calvin and Calvinism, and Christian ethics. He earned a doctorate in philosophy of religion from King’s College, University of London, and a master’s degree in theological studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Miss. He did his undergraduate studies at Arizona State University.