Mark A. Duntley Jr. is dean of the Chapel at Lewis & Clark College in Portland. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister and holds a Ph.D. in religion and society from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. Mark has taught courses on Christian Social Ethics and Biomedical Ethics at Lewis & Clark College and has published articles on ethics, physician-assisted suicide, and human cloning. Mark worked closely with Paul S. Wright at Lewis & Clark College from 1989 until Paul’s death in 1994.
Paul S. Wright (1895-1994)
In over five decades of ministry in Oregon (1941-1994), the Rev. Dr. Paul S. Wright became one of the state’s most influential, successful, and beloved protestant ministers. During an era when church leaders were often public figures, Wright took major leadership roles in both ecclesiastical and civic circles. He was …