Affiliate faculty members are generally those persons with annual part-time contractual responsibilities at Trinity in either teaching or administration; however, they also have major commitments to another employer, which prohibit them from full participation in daily campus life. They are appointments of the Dean of the College.

Paige Cunningham, 2017
Adjunct Professor of Law and Bioethics
Affiliate Professor of Law and Bioethics, Trinity Graduate School
Affiliate Faculty, Trinity Law School

Executive Director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity
BA, Taylor University
MA, Trinity Graduate School
JD, Northwestern University School of Law
PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Paige Comstock Cunningham is executive director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity. She is also a Fellow at the Wilberforce Forum’s Council for Biotechnology Policy, a Fellow at the Institute for Biotechnology and the Human Future, and a Trustee of Taylor University. Cunningham is an adjunct professor of law at Trinity Law School and Trinity Graduate School. She was an adjunct instructor at Wheaton College for eight years. Cunningham lectures and has published numerous articles, editorials, and book chapters in the areas of law, bioethics, and public policy. She has testified before congressional committees at the state and national level and has appeared frequently on radio and television.

James R. Moore, 1996
Affiliate Professor in Biblical and Interdisciplinary Studies

BA, MA, Indiana Wesleyan University
PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Dr. Moore pastored churches in Illinois and Indiana before coming to Trinity. He is currently Associate Professor of Educational Ministries in the Divinity School. He has also been associate dean of the Divinity School, director of administration for the Doctoral Programs and assistant dean of the Graduate School. As an affiliate faculty member for the College, Dr. Moore teaches in the Division of Biblical, Religious, and Philosophical Studies and in Interdisciplinary Studies. He has authored numerous published articles and curricula and has taught at public schools in Illinois and Indiana. Personal interests include engaging world-and-life view issues in the Wesleyan theological tradition and serving in the local church.