Are you interested in submitting a guest post to the Ethics & Early Christianity blog? Please fill out the form below after carefully reading about what kinds of content I'm currently seeking (this will be updated seasonally). You might find it helpful to learn more about the blog (and me) here. As a general rule, contributors should have some formal training in religious studies and/or theology. All contributors should write with awareness of Westar's nonprofit mission of advancing religious literacy.

Guest Post Topics

I would be interested in receiving guest posts for Jan–June 2017 on the following topics:

  • Women and Gender in Early Christianity: I would especially welcome feminist and queer readings of early Christian literature, introductions to famous women and gender-bending figures in Christian history, and book reviews.
  • How to Study the Bible and Other Early Christian Texts: I'm looking for introductions to reading strategies that respectfully challenge, deepen, and/or complicate the Jesus Seminar's historical-critical legacy.

Submit Your Guest Post

  • Please give your name and credentials. Also describe your background, research interests, and/or publications in religion & theology (~50 words).
  • Please insert your proposed blog post here. Most range from 500 to 1500 words and address a single, focused topic. If you would like to propose a series, please briefly describe the series in the first or second paragraph of your blog post. List relevant links at the bottom of your post.
  • Separate each entry with a comma, e.g., historical Jesus, Rudolf Bultmann, queer theory, radical theology, Mark 3, the Gospel of Thomas, the Roman Empire
  • Optional, but if you have an image to go with your post, please upload it here and give it a caption.

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