Guest-blogging at Religion in America

Recently, I was invited to contribute some guest writing to Religion in America, a group blog about (yep, you guessed it!) the study of religion in America. The blog is primarily maintained by Paul Matzko and Lincoln Mullen, doctoral students studying various aspects of Christianity in the U.S.

My first post, “Such Dead Theology”: Ethics, A. L. Eisenhower, and the Brethren in Christ, originally appeared at the search for piety and obedience in January of this year.

I’m excited about this opportunity to collaborate with others studying American religious history. Future posts are forthcoming, so stay tuned!

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About Devin Manzullo-Thomas

Father to Lucas. Husband to Katie. Prof and administrator at Messiah College. PhD student at Temple University. Member of Grantham BIC.
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4 Responses to Guest-blogging at Religion in America

  1. dorothy gish says:

    Good on you! That’s exciting.

  2. Excellent! Any interest in contributing some thoughts on vocation/preparing for graduate school to the Emerging Scholars Network blog?

  3. devincthomas says:

    Tom: Thanks for the offer. As it stands, I have in the pipeline for “the search for piety and obedience” a post or two about vocation, Anabaptism, and “minding the church” (based on my recent reading of David Weaver-Zercher, ed., “Minding the Church: Scholarship in the Anabaptist Tradition”). Let’s chat sometime in July about the possibility of a guest contribution to the ESN blog. Thanks again!

  4. Devin: That’s a good timeline for me. Maybe we could catch a few minutes at General Conference to work out the details. …

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