Professor Emeritus of Reformation Studies
- College or School
- College of Arts and Letters
- Year of Emeritus Status 2017
Randall Zachman lives in Lancaster, PA with his wife Carolyne M. Call. He is Adjunct Instructor of Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, and his wife is the Conference Minister of the Penn Central Conference of the United Church of Christ. Their son Johnny lives in Austin, TX, where he is an executive for DoStuffMedia. He also performs and records as a singer-songwriter. Randall continues to work in historical theology, and is currently working on invited chapters in various volumes on the theology of Martin Luther, John Calvin, Friedrich Schleiermacher, Soren Kierkegaard, and Karl Barth. He co-edited a volume of essays with Jan Stievermann from Heidelberg University entitled "Multiple Reformations," which was the fruit of four ecumenical colloquies held by the University of Notre Dame and Heidelberg University. He also continues to be involved in Jewish-Christian dialogue, and is currently teaching the Mercy Seminar with Fr. David Peck at Saint James Episcopal Church in Lancaster on the theme of Christian anti-Judaism and Jewish-Christian reconciliation.