Ross Kane

Professor, Pastor, and Author


Ross Kane is a pastor and professor who writes and teaches about the complex intersections between theology, ethics, and culture. He helps pastors and students discern cultural dynamics at play in their ministries and how these dynamics shape moral decision-making. His writing ranges from local church politics to international church relationships, especially between churches in the United States and Africa.  

He holds a PhD in ethics from the University of Virginia and teaches at Virginia Theological Seminary, where he also directs their doctoral programs. He is author of The Good News of Church Politics (Eerdmans) and Syncretism and Christian Tradition (Oxford), as well as many articles in popular and academic journals.  

Recent Posts

Pro-LGBT and anti-colonial?

Anglicans and Methodists often face a tension between LGBTQ inclusion and anti-colonialism. But we don’t have to choose. Check out Ross’ Christian…

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