dr. J.D.H. Hollmann (Joshua)

dr. J.D.H. Hollmann (Joshua)

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Rev. Dr. Hollmann Associate Professor of Theology at Concordia College New York. He also serves as Director of the Stephens Initiative for Service Learning. He earned his PhD in Religious Studies at McGill University, his MDiv at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and his BA at Valparaiso University. His teaching and research interests are Christian thought and history, Christian-Muslim relations, philosophy of religion, and theology and pop culture. Dr. Hollmann has lectured and taught at universities and seminaries in India, Sudan, Canada, Turkey, Haiti, and the Philippines. He has led student-learning-service trips to Oman, Nicaragua, the Philippines, and Quebec. He also studied at Hangzhou University and the University of Cambridge. He is author of The Religious Concordance: Nicholas of Cusa and Christian-Muslim Dialogue (Brill, 2017), editor of Nicholas of Cusa and the Making of the Early Modern World (Brill, 2019), and presently writing Theology and Wes Anderson for the Theology and Pop Culture Series with Lexington Books and Fortress Academic. In addition, he has published articles and chapters in books, and presented at numerous academic conferences. He is recipient of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada’s Doctoral Research Fellowship and other awards, notably, Concordia College New York’s Nehemiah Award for Service (2019). Rev. Dr. Hollmann was campus chaplain of Concordia College New York (2014-2017). He pastored a multicultural Lutheran congregation in Montreal (2005-2009), and since 2009 has served as pastor of Christ Lutheran Church in New York City (Woodside, Queens). He is also Vice President of the Atlantic District of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod for metro New York.