Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty is chair of the Department of Theology at Bellarmine University, associate professor of theology, and codirector of BUís program in peace studies. Her passions in life and her research interests include social gospel theology, Christianity and social justice, wealth inequalities, poverty issues, and theologies from the margins. In addition to numerous articles and other publications, she is author of Beyond the Social Maze: Exploring the Theological Ethics of Vida Dutton Scudder (2006) and coeditor of Prayers for the New Social Awakening (2008) with Christian Iosso and To Do Justice: A Guide for Progressive Christians (2008) with Rebecca Todd Peters. She is a Fulbright scholar (Hungary 2010), a recipient of the Wilson Wyatt Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship (2010), and a recipient of the Kentuckiana Metroversity Award for Instructional Development (2008). She makes her home in Louisville with Lee, Garrison, Emme and Bacsi.
2014Ė2015 Horizons Bible study
Reconciling Paul: A Contemporary Study of 2 Corinthians
This study invites us all to ask whether or not we understood Paulís writings clearly in the past and to read his letter afresh in light of the issues we face in our time. Concepts of shared partnership, power in weakness, healing, reconciliation, love, and a new apostolate all figure prominently in Elizabethís reading of Paul. She hopes that you will find your own voices among the larger community of interpreters as we discern together the meaning of these ancient passages for the world in which we live today. click to download flier.
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