"Luther’s “For the Sake of Investigating the Truth and Comforting Terrified Consciences”" Winter In Lutheran Forum
. trans. Hinlicky-Wilson, Sarah vol. 44, no. 4, 2010
A translation of Luther‘s previously untranslated 1518 Theses on the remission of sins, with a brief introductory note.
"Preaching the Trinity" Spring In Lutheran Forum
. vol. 44, no. 1, 2010 : 4-9
An exploration of the rich New Testament basis for the doctrine of the Trinity, against philosophical or even mathematical treatments of the doctrine in typical Trinity Sunday sermons.
"Female Christ-figures in Films: A Feminist Critical Analysis of ‘Breaking the Waves’ and ‘Dead Man Walking’" In Studia Theologica. Scandinavian Journal of Theology
. vol. 56, no. 1, 2002 : 27-43
Bess in Breaking the Waves (1996) and Sister Helen in Dead Man Walking (1995) have often been interpreted as Christ-figures. By taking a closer look at these two women‘s stories I question on both feminist and theological grounds what constitutes a true female Christ-figure in films.
"Abusive or Abused? Theology of the Cross from a Feminist Critical Perspective" 15 In Scandinavian Critique of Anglo-American Feminist Theology. Journal of the European Society of Women in Theological Research
. eds. Hanna Stenström, Elina Vuola, Sabine Bieberstein, and Ursula Rapp. 2007
This article highlights the key issues in the ongoing debate about the meaning of the cross of Jesus Christ within feminist theological literature in the United States. MA: Peeters – Leuven – Dudley
"Faith and Experience" 1 In Word & World
. vol. 3, 1981 : 218-221
"Luther’s Theology as a Resource for Feminists" Winter In Dialog
. no. 24, 1985 : 32-36
"The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity" In Word & World
. vol. 23, no. 3, 2003 : 344-345
"God’s Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible" In Word & World
. vol. 25, no. 2, 2005 : 211-214
"Bridging Community Service and Life‘s Great Questions: Thoughts on Co-Teaching a Service-Learning Course" In The Institute for College Values Web-journal
. 2004 http://www.CollegeValues.org
Reflections and analysis of pedagogical strategies co-teaching ―Feminism and Families.‖ Students studied the structural bases of women‘s poverty and experiences of domestic violence, and philosophical and theological analyses of poverty and violence. This study was embodied through service by students and faculty at a local transitional housing facility for women survivors and their families. With Dr. Susan Stocker.
"The Complex and Rich Landscape of Student Spirituality: Findings from the Goucher Spirituality Survey" Fall In Transformation; Journal of Religion and Education
This article explores the shift taking place on college campuses regarding religious and spiritual beliefs, through analysis of the findings of a ‘spirituality survey’ at Goucher College in 2003-2004. Published jointly by EDUCATION as Transformation and NASPA. Fall, 2004; and Journal of Religion and Education, Fall, 2004.