- PhD, Literature and Theology, University of St. Andrews, 7th-Century Fellowship, In Progress
- MLitt, Literature and Theology, University of St. Andrews, 2013
- BA, Humanities, Harvard University, 2008
- Basic Grammar & Composition
- Honors College Expository Writing
- Writing for Wisdom (Spring 2017)
- Walking to Piraeus: The Ancient Greek World
- Faith, Reason & Romance: The Medieval & Renaissance Worlds
- Enlightenment & Modernity
Denny Kinlaw is an Assistant Professor in the English Department and member of the Honors College at Houston Baptist University. His research and teaching areas include twentieth and twenty-first century American fiction, literary theory, theology, great texts, and hermeneutics.
- “‘A Strange Kind of Slavery’: David Foster Wallace’s Enslaved Self,” in Theologies of Success and Failure, Edited by Roberto Silvano and Duncan Reyburn (Eugene: Wipf and Stock), Forthcoming.
- “Quo Vadis: The Place of Faith in Contemporary American Literature,” in The Moving Text: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on David Brown and Bible, Edited by Chris Brewer, Garrick Allen, and Denny Kinlaw (Farnham: Ashgate Press), Forthcoming.
- “‘A God in the Small Things’: Affective Belief in the Fiction of David Foster Wallace,” in David Foster Wallace and the Short Things (Bloombury Academic), Forthcoming.
Denny Kinlaw is a book reviews Editor for the Journal of Inkling Studies, the premier academic journal on the Oxford literary circle known as the Inklings, their debts and legacies.
He is also a member of the Modern Language Association and Christianity and Literature.