- Ph.D., Religion (Christian Theology and Ethics), Duke University
- M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
- B.A., Religious Studies, Kenyon College
My career at Alma began in
I am interested in the complicated ways contemporary American Christians integrate their theological understandings and their everyday lives. I have a particular interest in how Christians think about economic matters, especially as these intersect with questions of justice for women and minorities.
- An Introduction to Christian Environmentalism, with Kevin O’Brien, Baylor University Press, 2014.
- Lady Parts: Biblical Women and ‘The Vagina Monologues’, with Jane Webster, Wipf & Stock 2012. (This edited volume includes monologues written by six Alma College alumnae based on their independent research: Meredith Brown ’12; De’Anna Daniels ’10; Emily Havelka ’11; Jess Paige ’12; Dolly Van Fossan ’11; Maggie Watters ’12.)
- The Protestant Ethic or the Spirit of Capitalism: Christians, Freedom, and Free Markets, Cascade 2010.
Louisville Institute, Sabbatical Grant for Researchers (2012-2013)