• Daniela Augustine
    Daniela C. Augustine, DTh
    Associate Professor of
    Theological Ethics

    Augustine joined Lee’s faculty in 2010. Prior to teaching at Lee, she taught at the Bulgarian Theological College, the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, the International Institute for Christian Studies, and Charles University in Prague. Augustine received her DTh in Theological Ethics from the University of South Africa, Pretoria.

    Her areas of interest and academic research include the following: theological ethics, public theology, interdisciplinary studies in social transformation, postmodernity, globalization, theology of economics and globalization, religion and culture.

    She is the author of many publications, including At the Crossroads of Social Transformation: An Eastern-European Theological Perspective (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010) and Pentecost, Hospitality and Transfiguration: Toward a Spirit-inspired Vision of Social Transformation (CPT Press, 2012). In 2016, Augustine won Lee University’s Excellence in Scholarship Award. She is also the recipient of the 2016-2017 Post-Doctoral Faculty Fellowship by the Appalachian College Association and the 2016 Sabbatical Grant for Researchers by the Louisville Institute.

    She has been a teacher, guest lecturer, speaker, and presenter at many theological forums and educational institutions, including Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic), Princeton Theological Seminary, Bangor University (Wales), Harvard Divinity School, Wheaton College, and Regent University.

    Augustine serves as the Chair of the Christian Ethics Interest Group for the Society for Pentecostal Studies and as an associate editor for the Journal of Pentecostal Theology.

    She is married to Rev. Dr. Jonathan Augustine, who serves as the Church of God Regional Superintendent for Central Europe and the Balkans. They have one son, Josiah Christopher Augustine.

    Daniela Augustine Curriculum Vitae

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11/27
Classes Resume
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12/05
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12/05
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12/05
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12/06
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