recent alumni/ae publications
Reverend Gilbert Caldwell has written an essay entitled: "Church history requires we discuss racism." In the essay Rev. Caldwell lucidly addresses some of the still living effects of race and racism within the church. You can read the essay here.
Richard Hughes has written an essay called "Boston University School of Theology and the Civil Rights Movement." He has also written a book. Pro-Justice Ethics: From Lament to Nonviolence is an original work within Christian social ethics and is based upon the civil rights movement, the philosophy of nonviolence, and... More
Dr. Gerald H. Anderson’s 240-page history of IAMS, Witness to World Christianity: The International Association for Mission Studies, 1972-2012—which includes 44 photographs and an index—is an outstanding overview of the history of IAMS, and a virtual “Who’s Who” in Mission Studies for the past half century.
Gerald (Jerry) Anderson (’55, GRS ’60) has written a history of the International Association for Mission Studies entitled Witness to World Christianity (Overseas Ministries Study Center, 2012) for presentation at the assembly of the Association in August in Toronto. Prof. Dana Robert is quoted on the cover saying, “Only Gerald Anderson could... More
Dr. Robert Wafawanaka (STH 1997) published Am I Still My Brother’s Keeper? Biblical Perspectives on Poverty. What does the Bible say about poverty and our responsibility toward the poor? This book examines the concept of “brother’s keeper” in both the ancient Near East and the biblical world. Robert Wafawanaka contends that... More
Rev. Dr. William E. Alberts (GRS 1961, STH 1961) published A Hospital Chaplain at the Crossroads of Humanity which tells the stories of patients who represent the diversity of divinity and the divinity of diversity– and the commonality of humanity. Patients who reveal a hospital is actually a global neighborhood that... More
Reverend Ann Duncan (STH 2006) published an article in Christian Century entitled “Teen Hero”about the Hunger Games trilogy. She also published The Gospel According to the Hunger Games Trilogy with her father in January 2012.
Reverend Dr. Tex Sample (STH 1960, GRS 1964) has released The Future of John Wesley’s Theology: Back to the Future with the Apostle Paul published by Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers.You can find more information here.
John H. Stanfield, II (STH 2005) announces his upcoming books Black Reflective Sociology: Epistemology, Theory and Methodology (2011) and Historical Foundations of Black Reflective Sociology (2011) published by Left Coast Press.
Judith Boss (GRS/STH ’90) is pleased to announced the publication of her latest book Deception Island, a suspense-thriller set in Antarctica. Boss carried out extensive research for the book, including a trip to her beloved Antarctica. The book is available at Amazon.com.