Associate Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics
- BA, Grand Canyon University
- MDiv, Fuller Theological Seminary
- PhD, Baylor University
Cameron Jorgenson teaches Theology and Ethics courses in the Divinity School. Dr. Jorgenson is interested in the varied traditions of Christian theology; he is especially fascinated by the intersection of theology and spirituality, theology and food, and theology and pop culture. Currently, he is researching how traditional understandings of the virtues and vices can help Christians pursue health and wholeness.
Dr. Jorgenson is active in several professional societies and has presented papers at meetings of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) Annual Meeting, the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR), and the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Fall Conference. He has served as President of the NABPR Region-At-Large and as Chair of the Constructive Theology section of the Southeastern Region of the AAR.
At Campbell University Divinity School, Dr. Jorgenson provides leadership for the "Pre-Doctoral Fellowship," a club for students who are exploring the possibility of doctoral studies.
Dr. Jorgenson, his wife Kelly, and their daughter Mary Grace live in Fayetteville, NC. They are members at Lafayette Baptist Church.