Assistant Professor of Church History and Director of Faculty Development, Regional Campuses
AB, Occidental College
ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
PhD, University of Edinburgh
Nathan Feldmeth is assistant professor of church history and director of faculty development for regional campuses in the School of Theology. He has taught at Fuller since 1982. Current research topics include exegetical method in Tudor England, the Anglo-Saxon church, and Christian theology and science.
Feldmeth has authored The Pocket Dictionary of Church History (2008) and contributed to several dictionaries, including the Dictionary of Christianity in America and A New Dictionary of Christian Theology. He has authored a course on Early Church History for Fuller’s Individualized Distance Learning Program. In addition to this course, he teaches Medieval Reformation Church History, American Church History, Christianity and Science in Historical Perspective, and Women in Church History and Theology.
Feldmeth recently presented a keynote address at the LifeSprings School of Women's Ministry in Grenoble, France. His lecture was entitled: “Women in Spiritual Leadership in the Church: Mainly in the West.”
CH500 Early Church History
CH502 Medieval and Reformation History
CH506 American Church History
CH527 Christianity, Science, and History
CH575 Women in Church History and Theology
ST574 Theology of C.S. Lewis
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching:
Church history, women in Church history, history of exegetical method, the historic tension between Christian theology and science, Christian humanism, William Tyndale, Erasmus of Rotterdam