Affiliate Assistant Professor in Christian Ethics
BA, Florida Atlantic University
MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
ThM, Boston College
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary
Ryan Michael Huber earned his PhD in theology (Christian ethics with a minor in church history) at Fuller Theological Seminary. His dissertation (2017) was titled “Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Formation,” and it was passed with distinction. Before Fuller, he earned his ThM from Boston College and wrote his thesis on “The Catholic Influence on Dietrich Bonhoeffer.” He lives with his wife, Jessica, and their two sons, Max and Theo, in Nashville, TN. He is passionate about serving both the church (as a lay person) and the academy (as an ethicist and historian).
Dr. Huber has published a book, Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Formation (2020). He has also published the chapters “Singular Community: The Changing Significance of Friendship for Spiritual Formation in Bonhoeffer’s Life and Thought,” in Christian Humanism and Moral Formation in “A World Come of Age”: An Interdisciplinary Look at the Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Marilynne Robinson, edited by Jens Zimmermann and Natalie Boldt (2016) and “Public Education” in Discerning Ethics: Diverse Christian Responses to Divisive Moral Issues, edited by Hak Joon Lee and Tim Dearborn (2020).