firstname.lastname@example.org | 817-257-7668 Theological Librarian and Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics During my years in graduate school I studied both theology and ethics because the concept of narrow disciplinary boundaries separating the two fields never made sense to me. I also developed a strong interest in reflecting on human psychology from a theological point of view. Over the past several years my attention has come into focus on the topic of theological anthropology seen through a Trinitarian lens. My major theme over the years since college has been reflecting on violence psychologically and ethically. Key thinkers I draw on include Soren Kierkegaard, Eric Voegelin, and Rene Girard.
B.S., Portland State University, 1985 M.A., Pacific School of Religion, 1987 (Theology) M.A., University of Virginia, 1992 (Religious Ethics)
Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1997 (Theology, Ethics, and Culture)
M.S.L.S., University of Illinois, 1998