Houston Graduate School of Theology
Adjunct Instructor of Theology and Ethics
ThM, Harvard Divinity School
PhD candidate, University of St. Andrews
About Mr. Moran
Cameron Moran completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Philosophy from Covenant College. After working for several years as a barista, he undertook a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, which included coursework at Harvard and Boston College. He then finished a Master of Theology at Harvard Divinity School. He is now completing a PhD in systematic theology under the supervision of Prof. John Webster with the University of St. Andrews.
Mr. Moran’s doctoral work is on the hermeneutical problem of divine action in the work of Edward Farley, a longtime professor of theology at Vanderbilt University. Mr. Moran’s research interests include modern American Christian theology, phenomenological theology, theological anthropology, hermeneutics and scripture, and the issues surrounding divine agency and ethical discourse.
He is married to Katherine, resides in Houston, Texas, and worships at Pines Presbyterian Church.
PH 551: Christian Ethics