Social and Bio Ethicist
Past President, Wesleyan Philosophical Society
Associate Professor of Ethics and Religion
Warner Pacific College
Ph.D. (Religion and Social Ethics) University
of Southern California
M.A. (Religion and Social Ethics) USC
M.A. in Theology (Biblical Studies and Theology) Fuller Theological
Academic Interests Professor Williams focuses on providing practical
responses to social turmoil. Prof. Williams' dissertation responded
to the concern over health care reform and the loss of the church's
voice in the reform models. His writing and research has sought
ways to integrate the intractible problems of our society. His
training in religion, ethics, and the sciences allows him to assist
others in understanding and integrating these often divergent
Papers How should a Christian respond to the idea
of the Right-to-die? "A Wesleyan
Response to the “Post-Modern” Demand for Autonomy
& The Right-to-Die"
How does the American Christian change
their society? "Radical
Moderation: The Christian Home
A New Social and Economic Ethic"
How should a Christian respond to the values
of the media? "The Evangelical
Church v. Disney:
Developing a Christian Ethic of Corporate Resistance"
Immutability: Does God Change? "The Immutability
of God: A Reevaluation"
Who are the Healers in Society? "Healers
as Agents of Social and Moral Change"
What is the Relationship between Money
and the Christian? "From Poverty
to Prosperity: An Analysis of Money and
Guest Lecturer Topics Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Christian Integrity in the Pastorate and Laity
Enhancing the Call to Ministry
Holiness in the 21st Century Character Development for the Next Generation Social Threats to the Pastorate in the 21st
Introductions to the Religions of the World
Bonhoeffer's Theology and Ethic
Past Lectures Western Regional Ministerial Assembly "Encouraging God's Call to Ministry
(In You and Others) "