Moral responsibility, conscience, and public protest — Homelessness and hunger — Capital punishment — Christian ethics — Liberation theology — Sustainability — Cuba
Richard D. Axtell
Associate Professor of Religion, College Chaplain, Centre Scholar
B.A., Mississippi College; M.Div., Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Interest and expertise on issues of hunger and homelessness; former director of Louisville United Against Hunger and a case manager working with homeless men. Travel and study in Bangladesh, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala focused on sustainable development and world hunger. Has guided students to first-hand understanding of homeless shelters. Honored as a teacher and a hunger activist.