Dr. Kevin Staley's doctoral thesis titled "Imago Dei in Machina?: A Theological Reflection on the Ethics of Man and Machine in Communion" addresses the relevant ethical issues in the areas of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Human Enhancement technologies.
Dr. Staley's main area of interest pertains to the application of a biblical worldview to moral issues involving advanced technologies. In addition to this, he is also an avid writer and speaker in the areas of Christian Theology, Apologetics, and Ethical Issues.
Ph.D., 2011, Systematic Theology, University of the Free State
M.A., 2005, Apologetics, Southern Evangelical Seminary
B.A., 1998, Theology, Miami Christian University
"Moral Perspectives for a Possible Posthuman Future," Christian Apologetics Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, (Fall 2012).
"God and Allah: Are They the Same," Christian Apologetics Journal, vol. 3 no. 1, (Spring 2004).
Adjunct Professor, Southern Evangelical Seminary, NC, (2012 - present).
Adjunct Professor, Northrise University, Zambia, (2007).
Speaking and Teaching, Equipping with Truth Ministries, Uganda, (Fall 2012).
Evangelism, PT1615 Ministries, Jamaica, (Summer 2009).
Speaking and Teaching, Tactical Evangelism and Apologetics Mission, South Africa, (Summer 2008).
Evangelism, PT1615 Ministries, Mexico, (Summer 2004)
Evangelism, Mama Missions, Venezuela (Summer 1992).
Youth Pastor, Chapel Assembly of God, Georgia, (1998).
Society of Christian Ethics.
International Society of Christian Apologetics.
Kevin is married to Susan and has four children: Jordan, Ryan, Erin, and Morgan.