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Maria Gwyn McDowell, MDiv, PhD

Maria Gwyn McDowell is a scholar with a penchant for ministry, a theologian with an inclination for practice. She is feminist, a student of liberation theology, a scholar of Eastern Orthodoxy, and a member of The Episcopal Church. She received her PhD in Theological Ethics from Boston College and writes on gender, sexuality and women in the Church. She is an irregular lover of God and God's emerging creation, and a fervent heckler of all teams which oppose the Rose City Thorns.

Curriculum Vitae

PublicationsSee all

Seeing Gender: Orthodox Liturgy, Orthodox Personhood

Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics
Fall/Winter 2013

The Iconicity of Priesthood: Male Bodies or Embodied Virtue?

Studies in Christian Ethics
August 2013

Toward the endless day: the life of Elisabeth Behr-Sigel

Anglican Theological Review
Fall 2010

EkklesiaSee all

Toward Good News

2016-05-08

A Sermon given on 08 May, 2016

The Nicene Creed

2016-04-06

A Creedal Timeline for Catechesis

Dancing with God

2015-05-31

A Sermon given on Trinity Sunday, 2015

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