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Dr. Kirsten Sanders

Adjunct Professor of Christian Thought

First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2015

Expertise: Systematic Theology, Christology, Hamartiology, Feminist & Womanist Theology, Contextual Theology, Theology & Disability

Biography: Kirsten Sanders (PhD, Emory University) is a theologian interested in Christology and questions of material embodiment. She is passionate about teaching specialists and non-specialists how to think theologically.  She is working on an introduction to theological anthropology for laypeople and a book that examines the relationship between Christology and women’s embodiment.  She lives with her three children and husband in Wenham, MA, where you can usually find her playing with her dogs or working in her vegetable garden if the weather is good, and reading theology if it’s not.

Degrees

  • B.A. (Gordon College)
  • M.T.S. (Duke Divinity School)
  • Ph.D. (Emory University)

Publications

  • “Aflame But Not Consumed: Nestorius and the Person of Christ.” Revisions accepted. Scottish Journal of Theology, forthcoming.

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