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Todd Kappelman

TODD A. KAPPELMAN

Field Associate
5010 Victor #B
Dallas, TX 75214
(214) 824-2820
Probe Web Site: www.probe.org

Todd Kappelman is a field associate with Probe Ministries. He received a B.A. and M.A.B.S. in Religion and Greek from Dallas Baptist University and an M.A. in humanities/philosophy from the University of Dallas. Currently he is pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Dallas. He has served as assistant director of the Trinity Institute, a study center devoted to Christian thought and inquiry. He has been the managing editor of the Antithesis, a bimonthly publication devoted to the critique of foreign and independent film. His central area of expertise is Continental philosophy, especially nineteenth/twentieth century and postmodern thought.

Todd serves as a residential tutor of The Veritas House, a private study center for undergraduate and graduate students in the greater Dallas area. He and his wife, Deanna, are owners and directors of the study center. They coordinate weekly film groups, books groups, art groups, and Bible studies.

PROBE PUBLICATIONS

A Return to Modesty
Christmas Film Favorites
C.S. Lewis: His Enduring Legacy
Dietrich Bonhoffer
Film and the Christian
Five Films of 2002
Marshall McLuhan: The Medium is the Message
The Need to Read: G.K. Chesterton
The Need to Read: Francis Schaeffer
The Breakdown of Religious Knowledge
Titanic: A Critical Appraisal
Twelve Films of 2003
We Are Television

LECTURES

Friedrich Nietzsche and Existentialism
The Church in a Postmodern Society
Political Correctness and "Gender Truth"
Friedrich Nietzsche and Postmodernism
Existentialism
Postmodernism
Ecology
Capital Punishment
Literature as Truth
Meta-narrative Truth
War
Film
Postmodern Art