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Ecumenical Chaplain (Anglican / Presbyterian / United Churches)
David Galston came to Brock Campus Ministries in September 2008.
David was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Before coming to Brock, he was a chaplain at McGill University and the University of Windsor. David holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of Winnipeg, a Master of Divinity from Vancouver School of Theology (MDiv), and a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) from McGill University.
At the University of Windsor, David directed and taught in a Bachelor of Theology program jointly conducted with the Ecumenical Theological Seminary in Detroit.
David is also a fellow of the Jesus Seminar (westarinstitute.org), a founder of Canada's SnowStar Institute (snowstarinstitute.org), a founder and editor of AXIAL (a progressive religious magazine), and a co-founder and owner of Basileia Books (a Canadian publishing company).
David works with religiously oriented groups on campus, with the SCM (the Student Christian Movement), and co-directs a weekly campus study group. He also organizes the Campus Ministry Table Talks, the Brock Multi-faith Fair, and the World Religions Conference.
His office is located in the Decew Residence, R217. Office hours can vary but are normally Tuesdays 9:30 to 11 a.m., Wednesdays 1:30 to 3 p.m., and Thursdays 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
The Rev. Dr. David Galston
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 
BA (Philosophy) University of Winnipeg, 1981
MDiv (Systematic Theology) Vancouver School of Theology, 1985
PhD (Philosophy of Religion) McGill University, 1996
Transcona United Church, Winnipeg
Montreal Community Church, Montreal
Eternal Spring United Church, Hamilton
Ecumenical Chaplain, Brock University
Principal and United Church Chaplain, Iona College, University of Windsor
McGill Ecumenical Chaplain, Montreal
A History of Christian Thought
Theology in Postmodern Times
The Historical Jesus
The Art of Biblical Criticism
A History of Atheism
Pagan Spiritualities: the other side of Western religious history
An Introduction to Philosophical Theology
The Thought of Paul Tillich
A History of Judaism After the Bible
Five Great Wisdom Teachers
Eastern Religious Thought
Description of participating denominations
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