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Assistant Professor, Lutheran Global Theology and Mission
Biography / Academic Background
MSc (Zoology), Gandhiji University, India, 1985.
MA, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 2003.
PhD, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 2009.
“Angels: They can transform your hell into heaven” Canada Lutheran (July/August 2014), 8.
Churrasco: A Theological Feast in Honor of Vítor Westhelle eds., Mary Philip, John Arthus Nunes, Charles M. Collier (Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2013)
"Remembrance: A Living Bridge," in Churrasco: A Theological Feast in Honor of Vítor Westhelle eds., Mary Philip, John Arthus Nunes, Charles M. Collier (Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2013), 94-104.
"The Elusive Lure of the Lotus," in Transforming Lutheran Theologies ed. Mary Streufert (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2010), 31-41.
"Thistle Flowers: Theology from the Wayside", Currents in Theology and Mission, Vol 37 N. 3 (June 2010), 238-244.
"Majestic at the Margins," in Still at the Margins: Biblical Scholarship Fifteen Years after the Voices from the Margin, ed. R. S. Sugirtharajah (London: T&T Clark, 2008), 104-113.
"The Space in Between Spaces: The Church as Prophetic Pest/Parasite,'' in Being the Church in the Midst of Empire: Trinitarian Reflections, ed. Karen L. Bloomquist (Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press, 2007), 91-106.
"A Woman of Sabbath," in Mission with the Marginalized: Life and Witness of Rev. Dr. Prasanna Kumari Samuel, ed. Samuel. W. Meshack (Tiruvalla: Christhava Sahitya Samithy, 2007), 145-152.