Sarah Morice Brubaker, PhD
- Assistant Professor of Theology
- Social media in the life of the church
- The doctrine of the Trinity
- Body image and churches’ response
- Christianity and reproductive health
- BA, Yale University, 1999
- MTS, Duke University Divinity School, 2003
- PhD, University of Notre Dame, 2011
- Joined PTS in 2009
- Board member Tulsa Interfaith Alliance
- Member of steering committee for Liberal Theologies Consultation of the American Academy of Religion
- Participant in Center for American Progress Faith & Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute
- Associate editor & blogger for religiondispatches.org
- The Place of the Spirit, (Wipf and Stock, 2013)
- Chapter contribution to Placing Nature on the Borders of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, Forrest Clingerman and Mark Dixon, eds., (Ashgate, 2011)
- Contributions to The Christian Century and Geez magazines
- Glory Days: The Power and Danger of Christian Nostalgia.
- Essay contribution to Feasting on the Gospels commentary series
I try whenever possible to set students loose on compelling problems that require theological concepts to solve, supplying the concepts only after they prove useful. I very much like how Allen Callahan puts it: "[I]t is... students who supply the pearls. And I, the irritants."
Since coming to PTS in 2009 I have been so impressed by the quality and dedication of the students, and the collegiality and expertise of faculty and staff. I admire the PTS community for trying to stay ahead of emerging technologies and the changing religious landscape, while also taking seriously its call to remember. I have a homepage that serves as a virtual office. My personal blog is The Seedbed. (PTS is not responsible for either site.) You can also click the button to follow me on Twitter.