Lucas Martin

Doctoral Student

Graduate Assistant


Email: Lucas Martin

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Lucas’ current research engages conversations concerning how we frame the human person. Locating the human creature ecologically, his research focuses on the significance of relationships within Christian theology and anthropology. Conversing with cultural studies, philosophy of technology, and ecological philosophy and history, Lucas examines the significance of the being made in the image of the self-giving Triune God in an evolving world, during a time of climate crisis and ecological degradation.


  • Master of Theological Studies, Duke University
  • B.A., Psychology, Cascade College

Courses Taught

  • REL 103: Introduction to Religious and Theological Studies