Speaking Invitations

Invitations: If you would like to invite Lee to speak, please see the document here. Either email that information to Lee at Lipscomb University, or fax to 615.966.6052.

Short bio: Lee C. Camp is Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, the host and creator of Tokens (TokensShow.com), and most recently the author of Who Is My Enemy?: Questions American Christians Must Face about Islam–and Themselves.

Longer bio: Lee C. Camp is Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, the host and creator of Tokens (TokensShow.com), and the author of Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World (2003; 2nd ed. 2008), and Who Is My Enemy?: Questions American Christians Must Face about Islam–and Themselves (2011). An Alabamian by birth, Lee completed undergraduate studies at Lipscomb University, seminary at Abilene Christianity University, and his Ph.D. in Christian Ethics at the University of Notre Dame. He and his wife Laura live with their three sons in Nashville, Tennessee.

Rambling bio: Click here.

CV: The flowing-robe and likes to be called by esteemed titles sort of CV is here.

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  • Probably one of the most important books in theology/Christian ethics published this past year.

  • Stunning… Who Is My Enemy? is not a comfortable read by any means, but it expands the spirit, and is one of the truly essential books of 2011.

  • Who Is My Enemy? is an invitation to start working on the log in our own eye so we can more clearly see into the eyes of others.

    Shane Claiborne Author, activist
  • Who Is My Enemy? is truly the best book I know for all Christians who want to be faithful to Jesus while figuring out how to relate to Islam.

    Glen Stassen Professor and author of Living the Sermon on the Mount
  • When does an astute theological inquiry become utterly engaging? When it opens each of us up to the gracious source of our own existence and lets the scales drop from our eyes. Lee Camp lets us see this process in him, thereby making it possible for us to adopt a new way of seeing. Read this book at your peril, for you will surely discover how entering into another faith tradition can enliven your own.

    David Burrell, CSC Professor of Ethics and Development, Uganda Martyrs University
  • Lee Camp is courageous, and his courage is to believe that what Jesus taught is relevant today. The argument in this book is an old one with some surprising if not inflammatory twists. But the sad reason this book must be written is that Christians continue to ignore the One who said ‘love your enemies.’ Waging war and following Jesus are incompatible. Do we have the courage to hear and follow Jesus?

    Scot McKnight Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies, North Park University