Faculty Recent Publications

Recent Faculty Publications (2011-2013)

Note: because of space considerations, book reviews are not included.

Brad Binau, Pastoral Theology and Dean

Daily devotions in Christ in Our Home (for April 1-15, 2013).

Lisa Dahill, Worship and Christian Spirituality

[Forthcoming] “Bio-Theoacoustics: Prayer Outdoors and the Reality of the Natural World.” Dialog: A Journal of Theology (Winter 2014).
[Forthcoming] “Bringing Voice to Life: Bonhoeffer’s Spirituality in Translation.”  In Interpreting Bonhoeffer: Historical Perspectives, Emerging Issues, ed. Guy C. Carter and Clifford H. Green. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
“Indoors, Outdoors: Praying with the Earth.” In Shauna Hannan and Karla Bohmbach, eds., Proceedings of the Association of Teaching Theologians, 2012, 113-24. Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press, 2013.
“‘There’s Some Contradiction Here’: Gender and the Relation of Above and Below in Bonhoeffer.” In Interpreting Bonhoeffer: Essays on Method and Approaches, ed. Peter Frick, 53-82. International Bonhoeffer Interpretations Series. Berne/Berlin: Peter Lang, 2013.
“Feast for the Senses: The Gift of Liturgical Worship.” Lutheran Forum 47 (December 2013).
“New Creation: The Revised Common Lectionary and the Earth’s Paschal Life.” Liturgy 27/2 (April-June 2012): 3-16.

Tim Huffman, Christian Mission

The Lutheran Confessions: A Digital Anthology. Augsburg-Fortress. An interactive CD-ROM, also in Kindle, Nook and e-book format.
"The Lutheran Confessions and Mission," Trinity Seminary Review, Volume 33.
"A Faculty Goes Missional," Trinity Seminary Review, Volume 31.
Editor, Trinity Seminary Review.
 

John Karanja, Church History

"Confession and Cultural Dynamism in the Revival." In The East African Revival: History and Legacies, ed. Kevin Ward and Emma Wild Wood. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2012. Pp. 143ff.
 

Hank Langknecht, Christian Communications and Homiletics

“Commentary on the Psalms” for Workingpreacher.org, November-December 2013.
“Images and Ideas” for Easter 7 and Pentecost Year B, Sundays and Seasons, 2015.
“Ash Wednesday through Good Friday” in Abingdon Theological Commentary on the Lectionary: Year B. Nashville; Abingdon, 2013.
“Images and Ideas” and extended content for Holy Trinity and Lectionary 10 Year B, Sundays and Seasons, 2012.
“Images and Ideas” and extended content for Lent 5 and Sunday of the Passion Year B, Sundays and Seasons, 2012.
“Living by the Word” for December 18 and 25, 2011 in Christian Century.
“Commentary on the Psalms” for Workingpreacher.org, September-October 2011
 

Paul Numrich, World Religions and Interreligious Relations

“Human Subjects Research: Lessons about Interreligious Relations beyond the Research Thesis,” Teaching Theology and Religion16.4 (October 2013): 392.
“Christian Sensitivity in Interreligious Relations,” The Asbury Journal 67.2 (Fall 2012): 51-83.
“Emergence of the Rhetoric of a Unified Ummah among American Muslims: The Case of Metropolitan Chicago,” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 32.4 (December 2012): 450-466.
“The Mosques of Metropolitan Chicago, 2010,” April 2011, http://pluralism.org/affiliates/numrich/mosques/.
“The North American Buddhist Experience,” in Buddhism in the Modern World, ed. David L. McMahan (London: Routledge, 2012), 137-156.
“The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity, and Science,” editor and contributor to series of articles, Buddhist-Christian Studies 31 (2011): 161-212.
“Leadership Issues in American Buddhism,” Dharma World 38 (July-September 2011): 22-25.
“Mecca on the Plains: Chicago’s Varied Mosques Reflect Changes on the Country’s Religious Landscape,” Faith and Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture 44.3 (2011): 17-21.
“Seminarian Prayers for Courses on World Religions and Interreligious Dialogue,” Trinity Seminary Review 32.1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 27-38.
 

Ray Olson, Director of Hamma Library

Compiler, Guidelines for Theological Footnotes, Bibliography, and Abbreviations. Resource on TLSNet (Fall 2012).
Forthcoming:
 LibGuides, publicly accessible, online information guides for Hamma Library users (done collaborative with Hamma Library staff)--unveiled Spring 2014.
EBSCO Discovery Service or "discovery layer," a single search approach to multiple databases and the OhioLINK catalog, customized to Trinity and Bexley Seabury needs--Fall 2013.
"Guidelines for Theological Footnotes, Bibliography, and Abbreviations," a style guide for thesis writers updated to the 8th edition of Turabian (2013)--completing late Fall 2013.
 

Emlyn Ott, Professor of Ministry and Pastoral Leadership

 “Living by the Word” in The Christian Century, August 14 and 21, 2011.
“The Search for Solidity in an Age of Urgency” in Sources of Authority in the Church, David Brondos, editor, 2012.
Currently working on articles for Methodist and Lutheran denominational magazines; and manuscript on leadership development in congregational life.
 

Cheryl Peterson, Systematic Theology

“A Lutheran Engagement with Wesley on the Work of the Spirit,” in The Holy Spirit and the Christian Life: Historical, Interdisciplinary, and Renewal Perspectives, ed. Wolfgang Vondey (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming).
 Who is the Church? An Ecclesiology for the Twenty-First Century. Minneapolis, Fortress Press, 2013. [ranked #5 in sales for Fortress Press, Fall 2013]
“Who is the Church?” dialog: A Journal for Theology 51/1 (Spring 2012): 24-30.
“Lutheran Principles for Ecclesiology.” In Critical Issues in Ecclesiology (a Festschrift for Carl E. Braaten), ed. Alberto Garcia and Susan Wood (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2011), 148-171.
“Communal Eschatology and the Communion of Saints: A Lutheran Perspective.” In The Hope of Eternal Life: Lutherans and Catholics in Dialogue XI, ed. Lowell G. Almen and Richard J. Sklba (Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press, 2011) 196-211.
“A Pneumatology of the Cross: The Challenge of Neo-Pentecostalism to Lutheran Theology.” dialog: A Journal for Theology50/2 (Summer 2011): 133-142.
 

Mark Allan Powell, New Testament

Jesus as a Figure in History: How Modern Historians View the Man from Galilee. Second edition. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2013.
“Album Asks, ‘What Would You Die For?’ (Review of Martyrs’ Prayers by The Project,” The Lutheran 26 (April 2013): 40.
“Table Fellowship,” pp. 925-31 in Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, ed. Joel Green. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2013.
“Foreword,” pp. 1-2 in Messiah: Origin by Matt Dorff and Kai Carpenter. Grand Rapids:
Zondervan, 2013.
“Variety, Punch Packed into Newsboys’ Third Album (Review of Restart by The Newsboys),” The Lutheran 26 (October, 2013): 40.
“Songs of Faith Relate to Daily Life (Review of Diamond by Jaci Velasquez)” The Lutheran 25 (April, 2012): 38.
“Foreword,” pp. ix-xi in The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke, Second Edition, by Roger Stronstad. Baker Academic, 2012.
“Afterword,” pp. 157-62 in Mark as Story: An Introduction to the Narrative of a Gospel, Third Edition, by David Rhoads, Joanna Dewey, and Donald Michie. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2012.
“Rock Band Sound and Theology Rage On (Review of Murdered Love by P.O.D.),” The Lutheran 25 (October, 2012): 38.
Harper-Collins Bible Dictionary. Third Revised Edition. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2011. General Editor.
“Review of Burlap to Cashmere by Burlap to Cashmere," The Lutheran 24 (April, 2011): 38.
“Review of And If Our God is For Us by Chris Tomlin. The Lutheran 24 (October, 2011): 38.
“Bridging the Gap between Pulpit and Pew,” The Clergy Journal (Nov/Dec, 2011): 10-13.
“Generosity,” pp. 323-25 in Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics, ed. Joel Green. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011.
“Stewardship,” pp. 747-50 in Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics, ed. Joel Green. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011.
“Foreword,” pp. 7-9 in The Greatest Story Ever Told: Jesus. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2011.
Evangelical Christian Scholarship and Historical Jesus Studies. Special Issue of Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus. Vol. 9, No. 1. Leiden, Brill, 2011. Editor.
“Evangelical Christians and Historical-Jesus Studies,” JSHJ 9/1 (2011): 124-36.
“Narrative Criticism: The Emergence of a Prominent Reading Strategy,” pp. 1–43 in Mark As Story: Prospect and Retrospect, ed. Kelly R. Iverson and Christopher W. Skinner (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011).
 

Joy Schroeder, Church History

“Deborah’s Daughters.”  In Women in the Bible, Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics, ed. Robert B. Kruschwitz, 40-48.  Waco:  Baylor University Press, 2013.
“The Prenatal Theology of Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg.” Lutheran Forum 46/3 (2012): 50-56.
“Female Companionship in Angela of Foligno's Liber: The Role of Angela’s Socia (‘Masazuola’).”  In Her Bright Merits: Essays Honoring Ingrid J. Peterson, OSF, ed. Mary Meany and Felicity Dorsett, 127-142. St. Bonaventure, NY:  Franciscan Institute Publications, 2012.
“Lucrezia Tornabuoni (ca. 1427-82).” In Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide, ed. Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi, 502-505.  Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.
“Arcangela Tarabotti (1604-1652).” In Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide, ed. Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi, 491-93.  Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.  
“Bathsua Makin (c.1600 - after 1675).” In Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide, ed. Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi, 342-44. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.  
“Rebecca Cox Jackson (1795-1871).” In Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide, ed. Marion Ann Taylor and Agnes Choi, 284-86.  Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.
“Disrupting Sacred Time: Angela of Foligno’s Encounter with St. Bartholomew’s Demonic Imposter.” Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures 37 (2011): 147-166. (Peer reviewed)
“Sexual Abuse and a Theology of Embodiment: Incarnating Healing.” In The Long Journey Home: Understanding and Ministering to the Sexually Abused, ed. Andrew J. Schmutzer, 186-196. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2011.      
Denominational publications  (Gather is the magazine of the Women of the ELCA)
“The Widows’ Tale.” Gather, November 2013.
“Conflict:  Then and Now.” Gather, September 2012.
“Temple Trials.” Gather, March 2012.
“Back in Jesus’ Day.” Gather, September 2011.
 

May Schwarz, Church Music

Forthcoming: Dialogue for Organ and Trumpet (“Joyful, Joyful”) with Augsburg Fortress.
Director, Mozart Trinity Mass, Trinity Seminary Choir (performed on April 12, 2013); later broadcast on WOSU-FM Classical 101.
Director, Mozart Requiem, Trinity Seminary Choir (performed on November 2, 2012); later broadcast on WOSU-FM Classical 101.
Director, Haydn’s Mass in B-Flat, Trinity Seminary Choir (performed on April 20, 2012); later broadcast on WOSU-FM Classical 101.
Director, For Unto Us a Child is Born (from Messiah) at the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Messiah Sing-Along in the Southern Theatre; later televised over WOSU (2012).
Director, chorus from Handel’s Messiah at the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Messiah Sing-Along in the Southern Theatre; later televised over WOSU (2011).
 

Wally Taylor, New Testament

Paul, Apostle to the Nations: An Introduction. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2012.
“2 Corinthians 13:11-13.”  WorkingPreacher.org.  2011.
“Romans 6:12-23.”  WorkingPreacher.org.  2011.
“Romans 7:15-25a.”  WorkingPreacher.org.  2011.
“Romans 8:1-11.”  WorkingPreacher.org.  2011.

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