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, spirituality, literature and the arts. Currently, he is working on research projects that explore a Baptist theology of tradition and the history and theology of Christian marriage.
Dr. Jorgenson is active in several professional societies and has presented papers at a variety of meetings, including the national American Academy of Religion (AAR) Annual Meeting, the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion Region-At-Large meeting, the Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers, and the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Fall Conference. Currently, he is the Chair of the Constructive Theology section of the Southeastern Region of the AAR and he serves on the AAR's Graduate Student Committee, addressing the needs of student members.
At Campbell University Divinity School, Dr. Jorgenson provides leadership for the "Pre-Doctoral Fellowship," which provides support for students interested in further graduate studies, as well as "Lectionary Lunch," a brown bag lunch discussion of each week's lectionary texts.
Dr. Jorgenson is married to Kelly Jorgenson, Campbell Divinity School's Director of Financial Aid. They are the parents of one daughter, Mary Grace. Additionally, he enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and writing. He is a fan of NPR and he believes that the perfect weekend would include gourmet cooking and watching a great film with friends. Dr. Jorgenson is a member of Lafayette Baptist Church in Fayetteville, NC.