Lexi Eikelboom conducts research on the significance of rhythm for theology, based on the perspective that humans can only ever think about God and the world as creatures, and the creaturely perspective is always a rhythmic perspective.




Dr. Lexi 7 (2)Lexi Eikelboom is currently Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at the John Wesley Honors College, Indiana Wesleyan University. Lexi has a Doctorate in Theology and Masters in Ethics from the University of Oxford, and a BA in Biblical and Theological Studies from the Canadian Mennonite University. (more…)

Publications & Presentations


Rhythm: A Theological Analysis. Accepted by Oxford University Press.



“Strife or Rhythm? Martin Heidegger and Giorgio Agamben on the Origin of Art.” Primerjalna knjizevnost, June 2015.

“Erich Przywara and Giorgio Agamben: Rhythm as a Space for Dialogue between Catholic Metaphysics and Postmodernism,” The Heythrop Journal 56 (2): 2014.

“Why Stanley Hauerwas Needs Blaise Pascal: Sin, Anthropology, and Christian Witness.” Studies in Christian Ethics 27 (4): 2014. (more…)



A list of sources on rhythm in theology, the arts, sociology and language, and continental philosophy. (more…)