MT Dávila (STH ’99) is Assistant Professor of Christian ethics at Andover Newton Theological Seminary and is a lay woman in the Roman Catholic tradition. Professor Dávila has published articles and contributions on immigration, the use of force and just war theory, the theology of creation of Paul Tillich, Latina/o Theology, Christianity and U.S. civil society, and the role of the social sciences in Christian ethics. Her academic papers and presentations include discussions of feminist activism in the classroom, Catholic social teaching and the option for the poor, immigration and a sojourner identity, public religion and Christian identity, and race, class, and Christian discipleship in the United States.
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