Faculty Scholarship

Faculty Scholarship

Selected publications, performances, activities and grants

 

2013-14 academic year

 

Bohmbach, Karla G. (Associate Professor)

Bohmbach, K. G. (2013). “Introduction.” In Karla G. Bohmbach & Shauna K. Hannan (Eds.), Eco-Lutheranism: Lutheran Perspectives on Ecology (pp. 5–14). Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran University Press.

Bohmbach, K. G., & Hannan, S. K. (Eds.) (2013). Eco-Lutheranism: Lutheran Perspectives on Ecology. Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran University Press.

Mann, Jeffrey K. (Associate Professor)

Mann, J. K. (2013). “An Anonymous Lutheran? Can Luther’s Theology Permit Salvation Outside the Church?” Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 52(3), 222–231.

Mann, J. K. (2013). “The Empty Cup Myth: The Limitations of Language and Learning.” Classical Fighting Arts, 2(24).

Martin, Thomas W. (Associate Professor)

Martin, T. W. (2013). “Review of: Objecting to God, by Colin Howson. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2011,” Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 52(3), 267–269).

Martin, T. W. (Presenter & Author). Upper Susquehanna Synod Lay Worship Leader Training School, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Washingtonville, PA. “The Letters of Paul.” (February 8, 2014).

2012-13 academic year

 

Duperon, Matthew L. (Assistant Professor)

Duperon, M. “Solving for the Triad: Sustainability as Ethical Practice in the Xunzi.” Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Annual Meeting (12 October 2012). Carbondale, IL.

Mann, Jeffrey K. (Associate Professor)

Mann, J. “Is it Really Zen? A Brief History of Budo ‘Religion.” Classical Fighting Arts (2012).

Mann, J. “When Buddhists Attack: The Curious Relationship Between Zen and the Martial Arts.” Rutland, VT: Tuttle (2012).

Martin, Thomas W. (Associate Professor)

Martin, T. “Review.” Rev. of Darwin’s Pious Idea: Why the Ultra-Darwinists and Creationists Both Get it Wrong. By Cunningham, C. Dialog: A Journal of Theology (2012), vol. 4, no. 51. 339-341.

Radecke, Mark W. (Associate Professor Emeritus)

Radecke, M. “We Had the Experience but Missed the Meaning.” Louisville Institute. $11,900.00.

 

2011-12 academic year

 

Bohmbach, Karla G. (Associate Professor)

Martin, T. W., & Bohmbach, K. G. “Review of Raising Up a Faithful Exegete: Essays in Honor of Richard D. Nelson.Seminary Ridge Review, 14(1), 87–89. (Autumn 2011).

Bohmbach, K. G. “A Problematic of Rape: Shechem and Amnon ‘Become Men.’” National Society of Biblical Literature Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (November 21, 2011).

Bohmbach, K. G. “Feminist Criticism: A Non-Misogynistic Reading of Genesis 1–3.” 2011 Summer Institute for Ministry, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA. (July 11, 2011).

Bohmbach, K. G. “Gender Criticism: When It Both Is and Is Not Rape (2 Samuel 13).” 2011 Summer Institute for Ministry, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA. (July 11, 2011).

Bohmbach, K. G. “Performance Criticism: The Complexity of Characterization in Ruth.” 2011 Summer Institute for Ministry, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA. (July 11, 2011).

 

Duperon, Matthew L. (Assistant Professor)

Duperon, M. L. “Daoism, Dewey, and the Ethics of Participation.” Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (March 19, 2012).

 

Mann, Jeffrey K. (Associate Professor)

Mann, J. K. “Lutherans in Need of Self-Discipline: Japanese Shugyō and the Art of Sanctification.” Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 50(3), 271–279. (2011).

 

Martin, Thomas W. (Associate Professor)

Martin, T. W. “Literary Critical Strategies for Adventurous Readings in the Bible.” 2011 Summer Institute for Ministry, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA. (July 11, 2011).

Martin, T. W., & Bohmbach, K. G. “Review of Raising Up a Faithful Exegete: Essays in Honor of Richard D. Nelson.Seminary Ridge Review, 14(1), 87–89. (Autumn 2011).

 

Radecke, Mark W. (Associate Professor)

Radecke, M. “Service-Learning: Best, Worst and Promising Practices.” Annual Conference, Evangelical Lutheran Commission for Mission in Appalachia, Watsontown, PA. (April 23, 2012).

Radecke, M. “Don’t Sweat the Numbers.” Lutheran College and University Presidents Annual Conference, Lutheran Educational Conference of North America, New Orleans, LA. (February 5, 2012).

Radecke, M. “La Presentación del Señor.” Worship, Iglesia Luterana Sola Fe (Sola Fe Lutheran Church), San Sebastian, Costa Rica. (January 1, 2012).

Louisville Institute Grant. “We Had the Experience but Missed the Meaning,” $11,900.00.

Brother’s Brother Foundation Grant. “Medical Supplies for SU CASA,” $30,000.00.

AmeriCares Grant. “Medications for SU CASA Community Clinics,” $30,000.00.

 

 

2010-11 academic year

 

Mann, Jeffrey K. (Associate Professor)

Mann, J. K. “Review of Paul R. Hinlicky. Luther and the Beloved Community: A Path for
Christian Theology After Christendom.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (December 2010).

 

Martin, Thomas W. (Associate Professor)

Martin, T. W. “Review of The Weakness of God: A Theology of the Event, by John D. Caputo.” Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 49: 252–253. (2010).

Martin, T. W. “The Gospel of Life, Lent and Easter 2011.” Preaching Perspectives: Lent & Easter 2011, A Continuing Education Program for Preachers, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA. (January 27, 2011).

Martin, T. W. “The Gospel of Life, Lent and Easter 2011.” Preaching Perspectives 2011, Upper Susquehanna Synod of the ELCA, Lewisburg, PA. (January 22, 2011).

 

Radecke, Mark W. (Associate Professor)

Radecke, M. “The Hot Atmosphere of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.” Preaching Perspectives, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, PA. (November 18, 2010).

Radecke, M. “SCAM’ing Service-Learning and Mission Trips.” Sixth Biennial Faith-Based Service-Learning Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA. (June 11, 2010).



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