Dr. Wyndy Corbin-Reuschling is a professor of Ethics and Theology at the Ashland University Theological Seminary.
Dr. Corbin Reuschling fosters a true sense of collaborative learning in the classroom. She is dedicated to making sure that theology is not merely an academic exercise but takes into account the lives of real Christians, in real communities, struggling with real issues. Her high energy, love of students, and passion for God's kingdom combine to create a passionate professor who desires real world impact for followers of Jesus.
When questioned about the most profound impacts upon her spiritual life, Dr. Corbin Reuschling is quick to credit her grandmother Edna's influence. She also cites her year abroad in college as a spiritual rebirth. That year was spent at the University of Lancaster in England, where she was involved in a Christian organization on campus, as well as in a local church called St. Thomas. Finally, her time as a missionary in Japan, from 1984-1988, completely reoriented Dr. Corbin Reuschling's understanding of Christian community and God's work in the world.
Dr. Corbin Reuschling is actively involved at her home church, is an avid reader of historical novels, and enjoys forays to art museums and musical performances. She also loves any chance to gather with extended family for a visit. She is a beach aficionado and loves to travel and explore cities with her husband, Mike, who is also a professor at ATS.