Dr. Rodney Taylor
Dr. Rodney S. Taylor, assistant professor of theology, is a
graduate of Baylor University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in
journalism and history. He then received a master’s degree in political science
from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Following that degree, he served as an editorial writer for
the Amarillo Globe-News in Texas and
later as a technical writer for Access Innovations in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Upon
returning to school, he earned a Master of Arts (Theology) from Southwestern
Baptist Theological Seminary and a Master of Studies in Christian ethics from
Taylor completed a Ph.D. in Christian ethics at King’s
College, London, writing the thesis “Between Church and State: The Christian
Political Actor and a Theology of Vocation” under the supervision of Professor
Upon completing graduate studies, Taylor worked as a
research fellow/policy officer for the ESRC Genomics Policy and Research Centre
at the University of Edinburgh. He also taught adjunctively at the divinity
school, New College, while in Edinburgh.
He has published a chapter on bioethics in Growing Citizens
(Saint Andrews Press) and co-edited a collection of the writings of T.B.
Maston, Both-And: A Maston Reader,
with Dr. Bill Tillman and Ms. Lauren Brewer.
- Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and History, Baylor University, 1990
- Master of Arts, Political Science, Georgetown University, 1992
- Master of Arts, Theology, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999
- Master of Studies, Christian Ethics, Oxford University, 2001
- Doctor of Philosophy, Christian Ethics, King's College, London, 2005