Dr. Keith B. Huey

Professor of Religion

Dr. Keith B. Huey
Department of Theology and Ministry
Muirhead 125
(248) 218-2124


  • Ph.D., Marquette University
  • M.Div., Harding University Graduate School of Religion
  • B.A., Lubbock Christian University

Courses Taught

  • Survey of Biblical Literature
  • Book of Acts
  • Survey of Western Civilization II
  • The American Experience (co-taught)
  • Ministry Practicum (GEO)
  • Christianity and Culture (GEO)
  • Survey of Christian History
  • Special Topics in Historical Theology
  • World Religions
  • Diversity Seminar: Christian-Muslim Interactions (co-taught)
  • History and Theology of the Christian Tradition I
  • History and Theology of the Christian Tradition II
  • Ministry Internship

Honors and Affiliations

  • Associate Editor, Stone-Campbell Journal, 2008-Present
  • Member, American Academy of Religion
  • Faculty Member of the Year, Rochester College, 2008
  • Smith Family Fellow, 1999-2000
  • Marquette University Dissertation Fellow, 1998-1999
  • National Dean’s List, 1986
  • Harding Graduate School Dean’s List, 1985-1987
  • Sophomore, Junior, Senior Academic Awards, Lubbock Christian College, 1982-1984
  • Alpha Chi Honor Society, 1982-1984 (President, 1983-1984)
  • A. E. and Estelle Welch Homiletics Award, 1984

Professional and Academic Experience

  • Presentation: “The Future of the Churches of Christ,” 2008 Christian Scholars Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Presenter and Section Chair: “Review of Rick Cherok’s Debating for God,” 2008 Christian Scholars Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Presentation: “Christian Ethics in the Missionary Context of Jinja, Uganda,” 2007 AAR Pre-Conference, San Diego, California.
  • Instructor, “Survey of Church History,” Busoga Bible School, Jinja, Uganda, July 2007.
  • Presentation: “Thomas Campbell, ‘New Light’ and the Declaration and Address,” 2006 Christian Scholars Conference, Rochester Hills, Michigan.
  • Instructor: “World Religions,” Baxter Institute, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, June 2004.
  • Adjunct Instructor, “Christianity in America,” Austin Graduate School of Theology, Austin, Texas, 2002, 2004.
  • Adjunct Instructor, “History of the American Restoration Movement,” Harding University Graduate School of Religion, Dauphin, Manitoba, 2001.
  • Transcription and Editing: “The Candidus Essays,” at http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/people/acampbell.html
  • Presentation: “Education as a Key to Godly Society: The Proposal of Alexander Campbell,” 1998 Christian Scholars Conference, Malibu, California.
  • Presentations and Preaching at various congregations in Michigan and Ohio.


Keith is from Marysville, Ohio, and is married to Barbara. They have three children, Allyson, Caroline, and Annika. Keith and Barbara have lived in various locations around the country, including two years as houseparents in an adolescent treatment facility in Indiana. Keith is interested in missions, international studies, and world religions. He has traveled with his family to Honduras, Brazil, Uganda, Turkey, and many European countries. Keith and Barbara are members at the Rochester Church of Christ, where Keith serves as one of the elders. Keith enjoys family time, reading, bicycling, drawing, and painting.

Publications / Presentations / Performances

  • “Churches of Christ,” in Encyclopedia of Religion in America, ed. Charles H. Lippy and Peter W. Williams, 4 vols. (Washington, D.C., CQ Press, 2010).
  • “Stone-Campbell Movement,” in Encyclopedia of Religion in America, ed. Charles H. Lippy and Peter W. Williams, 4 vols. (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2010).
  • “The Future of the Churches of Christ: Applying Leonard Allen’s Essay,” Leaven 14. 4(2006).
  • “Not Magically from the Clouds, Nor by Fax,” Wineskins 1, 62 (May-June 2006).
  • “Thomas Campbell, ‘New Light,’ and the Declaration and Address,” in Restoring the First-Century Church in the Twenty-First Century: Essays on the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement in Honor of Don Haymes (Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock, 2005).
  • “Nativism” and “Seceders,” in Stone-Campbell Encyclopedia (Eerdmans, 2005).
  • Introduction to “The Candidus Essays,” at http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/people/acampbell.html, 2001.
  • “Alexander Campbell” in Biographical Dictionary of Theologians (Greenwood, 2000).
  • Various book reviews in Restoration Quarterly.