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Kevin Alan Lewis

  • Associate Professor of Theology and Law
  • J.D., Whittier Law School
  • M.Div., Talbot School of Theology
  • Th.M., Talbot School of Theology
  • B.A., California State University, Long Beach

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Dr. Lewis specializes in the topics of systematic and polemical theology, theology and law integration, jurisprudence, and Christian apologetics. He is the Founder and Director of the Evangelical Legal Society, an organization dedicated to the task of restoring the theological foundations of law and justice in society and providing Christians with the resources necessary to do law, justice, and public policy from a foundation of evangelical theology. Dr. Lewis is an active lecturer at churches, colleges, and conferences and has appeared on several radio and television shows, addressing a variety of topics.

For more information, please visit the personal website of Professor Kevin Alan Lewis.

Affiliations

  • Evangelical Theological Society (Member)
  • Evangelical Philosophical Society (Member)
  • Christian Legal Society (Member)
  • Federalist Society (Member)
  • Federal Bar Association (Student Member)
  • Whittier Law School Center for Intellectual Property (Member)
  • Evangelical Legal Society (Founder & Director)

Awards and Honors

  • Provost recognition for Biblical Integration, 2005
  • CALI Award for Legal Research in Advanced Corporations (12/01)
  • American Jurisprudence Award for Legal Research & Writing (5/99)
  • Recipient of the Baker Book House Award in Theology (5/94)
  • Listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges (5/93)
  • Rotary Club Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement (5/92)
  • Member of Kappa Tau Epsilon Scholastic Honor Society (5/92)
  • Outstanding Graduate in the Department of Religious Studies, CSULB (5/88)
  • Member of the Golden Key Scholastic Honor Society (5/88)

Publications

Articles

  • “The Keys to the Kingdom of the Cults.” Sundoulos, Spring 1996.

Research Interests

  • Jurisprudence
  • Christian Apologetics
  • Polemical Theology
  • Systematic Theology
  • Law
  • Public Policy
  • Occult Practices
  • Legal Evidence
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Church & State Issues (Theology & Law)
  • Religious Cults
  • Systematic Theology