Jason S. Sexton is a theologian currently employed as a lecturer in the Honors Program at Cal State Fullerton, where he teaches a variety of innovative, integrative, and interdisciplinary courses and has served as Faculty-GE Coordinator. He is also currently the Pollak Library Faculty Fellow.
As a fourth generation Californian, he holds a PhD from the University of St. Andrews and has taught and held visiting fellowships at the University of Cambridge, University of Southern California, and UC Riverside, and UC Berkeley. He has presented his research in both academic and popular settings, ranging from the Huntington Library to the University of Virginia, and presently serves in leadership capacity with many different scholarly organizations. He has written widely in the areas of California studies, prison studies, religious studies, and contemporary theology.
He is also the Editor of the UC Press-published, Boom California, and Theology and California: Theological Refractions on California’s Culture (Routledge) and the author of The Trinitarian Theology of Stanley J. Grenz (Bloomsbury). He is currently writing a book that gives an interdisciplinary theological account of the incarcerated church.