About

Kevin Antlitz muses on connections between Christianity and culture.

He serves as a Ministry Fellow at Princeton University. He has worked as a campus minister for nearly five years and enjoys the privilege of teaching and mentoring young men and women at one of the finest universities in the world. In addition to his ministry on campus, Kevin is pursuing Holy Orders in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

Kevin graduated with a B.A. in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland. He then earned a Master of Divinity (MDiv) and Master of Theology (ThM) from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA, while also completing coursework at Harvard Divinity School and Boston College. While in seminary, Kevin served as the Head Greek Teaching Assistant. He also taught as an adjunct professor at Gordon College.

Kevin is currently a PhD candidate in Systematic Theology at Durham University (UK) under the supervision of Karen Kilby and Frances Clemson. His research falls in the area of theological anthropology. He is exploring the use of drama/theodrama in the theologies of Hans Urs von Balthasar and Kevin Vanhoozer, with a special focus on the relationship between Christology and Ecclesiology.

Kevin’s other interests include Christian ethics, biblical theology, contemplative spirituality, and theology & the arts. He has been a regular contributor for Transpositions, the online journal of the Institute of Theology, Imagination and the Arts at St. Andrews University (UK) since 2014.

In addition to writing and his professional pursuits, he cherishes time spent with his wife and two young boys as well as with his close friends. Kevin values leisure and loves to travel the world, experience live music, and exercise. He is a novice but adventurous baker and an armchair connoisseur of fine drink, especially whisky. He might even go so far as to say that his love for the uisge beatha makes him a better theologian.