Dr. David Aune

Dr. David Aune

Associate Professor
Building: 
Rinehart Center for Religious Studies
Office Number: 
10
Department: 
Phone: 
419.289.5238

Bio

David Aune came to Ashland University in the fall of 1996. Before Ashland, he taught part-time at a number of colleges in New England, including Providence College, Wesleyan University and Eastern Connecticut State University. Dr. Aune holds the Ph.D. in the history of religions: early Christianity from Brown University, a Th.M. in New Testament from Regent Collge (affiliated with the University of British Columbia), an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a B.A. in English literature from the University of Vermont. He also is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and has served as pastor for churches in Florida, Rhode Island and Ohio. On a more personal note, Dr. Aune has three sons, Matthew, Jakob and Peter, all of whom are currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. His hobbies include travel, photography and a variety of outdoor activities (especially gardening, hiking, golf and cross-country skiing). He also likes to cook, but instead of following recipes with exact precision, Dr. Aune has been described as a master of "inspirational cooking." His work in the kitchen, like his work in the classroom, is enthusiastic and full of flavor!

Education

Ph.D.,History of Religions: Early Christianity - Brown Univ.
Th.M., New Testament - Regent Collge
M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
B.A.,English literature - University of Vermont

Courses Taught

106 Exploring the Bible
107 Exploring World Religions
213 Life and Letters of Paul
301 Footsteps of Paul
301 Understanding Islam

I work in...

Love God with your mind.

Events

Jun
3
The 5th annual River Teeth Nonfiction conference will feature writers...Read more
Jul
16
Summer residencies are the highlight of the year for the...Read more
Aug
29
All Ashland University students, regardless of major, are invited to...Read more
Aug
30
All Ashland University Music majors and minors are asked to...Read more