B.A.Wheaton College

M.Div. Princeton Theological Seminary

Ph.D. University of Notre Dame


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 CV for Han-luen Kantzer Komline

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  • TH100 Church History I
  • TH113 Systematic Theology I
  • TH532 Augustine of Hippo: His Life and Thought
  • TH533 From Africa to Anatolia: Mothers and Fathers of the Church
  • TH536 What Does it Mean to Be Human? Help from the Early Church
  • TH124 Credo
  • TH126 Summative Evaluation (for MA students)

Speaking Engagements


  • Sept 24 – Preaching at Northwestern College chapel, Orange City, IA
  • Nov 3 – “Going to Church with Augustine,” Adult Ed., 14th Street CRC, Holland, MI, 9:15am
  • Nov 22 – “Barth and Augustine,” lecture for the Karl Barth Society, American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, CA


  • Mar 27-28 – Presenting paper at Colloquium on “Time, Eternity, and the Covenantal Creator,” Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
  • Spring TBA – Patricia H. Imbesi Saint Augustine Fellow public lecture at Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Han-luen Kantzer Komline

Assistant Professor of Church History and Theology

Dr. Han-luen Kantzer Komline joined the faculty at Western Theological Seminary in 2014.  Her research focuses on early Christian theology, especially the thought of Augustine, and has been published in Revue d’études augustiniennes et patristiquesModern TheologyStudia Patristica, and Augustinian Studies, among other journals. Her current major project is about the transformation of early Christian attitudes toward “new” and “old.” Dr. Kantzer Komline’s first book, Augustine on the Will: A Theological Account, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press.  She serves on the steering committee of the Development of Early Christian Theology section of the Society for Biblical Literature, on the board of the Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia, and as an elder in her local congregation, Pillar Church.  She is ordained in the Reformed Church in America.

“I see my vocation at Western Theological Seminary as Elizabethan.  The biblical character Elizabeth was the mother of John the Baptist.  She raised up a herald of the kingdom of heaven.  My task is to nurture and raise up women and men who will lead the church in mission by doing what John the Baptist did, joyfully welcoming and proclaiming the coming of Christ.”