Faculty scholarship update: Winter 2016

Published: April 6, 2017

by C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications

School of Divinity faculty publish regularly. This update will help you explore the depth and breadth of our faculty’s most recent publications and ongoing research.

Bill J. Leonard
Dunn Professor of Baptist Studies and Professor of Church History

“Thomas Merton: the Stamp of Grace,” in Merton and the Protestant Tradition, edited by William Paulsell (2017: Fons Vitae).

“Jonathan Going, 1786-1844,” in A Noble Company: Biographical Essays on Notable Particular-Regular Baptists in America, Volume 8, Gary Long, editor (2016: Particular Baptist Press).

“Samuel Wait,” A Noble Company: Biographical Essays on Notable Particular-Regular Baptists in AmericaVolume 8, Gary Long, editor (2017: Particular Baptist Press).

Multiple articles on Baptists in The Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States (November 2016: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers).

 

Gail R. O’Day
Dean and Professor of New Testament and Preaching

Panelist, “Eco-Public Leadership Webinar,” hosted by The Green Seminary Initiative, March 2017. Watch now.

 

John E. Senior
Assistant Teaching Professor of Ethics and Society
Director of the Art of Ministry Program

“Engaging in a Nonprofit Context,” Engage: A Theological Field Education Toolkit (2017: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers).

 

Katherine A. Shaner
Assistant Professor of New Testament

Recipient of this year’s Dever Fellowship, which is awarded through the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR). The fellowship will fund two months of research in Israel this summer; one month working with the archaeological excavation team at Omrit (north of the Sea of Galilee) and one month researching at the Albright Institute in Jerusalem. The Dever Fellowship is a nationally competitive fellowship that is awarded to one scholar each year whose research and teaching would benefit from intensive work with archaeological methods and materials.