Arts & Humanities

Faculty - Arts and Humanities

Dr. Kathryn Eisenbise-Crell Associate professor of religious studies

Kate Eisenbise Crell

Associate Professor of Religious Studies.
Phone: 260-982-5348

B.A., Earlham College, 2001
M.A.Th, Bethany Theological Seminary 2004
Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union/Berkeley, 2009. [CV]

Professor Eisenbise Crell began teaching at Manchester University with the fall semester, 2009. She recently published a book, Cooperative Salvation: A Brethren View of Atonement (Brethren Theology), which is available onAmazon.


Christian Traditions (REL 111)
Introduction to Religious Studies (REL 120)
Religions and War (REL 205)
Confucian and Buddhist Worlds (REL 222)
Religions of India (REL 223)
Feminist and Womanist Theologies (REL 225)
Contemporary Christian Thought (REL 435)