Mr. William Rodriguez

Mr. William Rodriguez

William Rodriguez, completed his doctoral course work in Religious and Philosophical Ethics at the Florida State University; M.Div. in Theological Studies from New York Theological Seminary; and was a fellow from the Acton Institute, Spring of 2001. He has taught at Bethune Cookman University since the Fall of 2008, and is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Justice for Women in Church and Society Social Statement Task Force (2012-present).  His research interests include biomedical ethics, theological ethics, comparative religious ethics, Catholic Moral theology, Liberation Theology, economic/political theory, Human Rights, religion and violence, Just War Theory and Pacifism, Religion/Philosophy and Popular Culture, and feminist theory. Prof. Rodriguez has published a number of chapters for the Open Court Popular Culture and Philosophy series, the Journal of Religion and Film, the Journal of Lutheran Ethics, and co-edited an introductory ethics textbook with Dr. Colombo. He is on the Academic Advisory Board of McGraw Hill's ethics anthology Taking Sides, as well as editing the Bethune Cookman Undergraduate Research Journal and the Journal of the Theta Alpha Kappa National Honor Society for Religious Studies and Theology.