recent alumni/ae publications
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.
Nancy Kilgore (STH ‘93) lives and writes in Vermont and is a pastoral psychotherapist. An ordained Presbyterian (PCUSA) minister, she has served churches in several denominations. She has just published the novel, Sea Level. Sea Level begins in 1980 when Brigid Peterson becomes the first woman minister in Sand Hill, More
Ted Karpf (STH ’74) co-edited Restoring Hope: Decent Care in the Midst of HIV/AIDS, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2008. Restoring Hope urges people living with HIV to become full partners in designing and implementing their own care – and for caregivers to accept them in this role.
David Poindexter (STH ’56, STH ’57) wrote Out of the Darkness of Centuries takes the reader through rich history whereby entertainment-education was effectively implemented in multiple countries to successfully impact social behaviors effecting millions of people. Written for scholars and those working in international development, Out of the Darkness of... More
Scott Bryant (STH ‘02) has just released a new book with Mercer University Press entitled The Awakening of the Freewill Baptists: Benjamin Randall and the Founding of an American Religious Tradition.
David Seaburn (STH ’75) is an ordained Presbyterian minister and spent most of his career working in mental health as a licensed marriage and family therapist and psychologist. He retired June 2010. He has also written three novels, the most recent, Charlie No Face, was released by Savant Books and Publications... More