Thomas W. Currie
Professor of Theology
Department: Theology and Ethics
The University of Edinburgh, Ph.D.
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, M.Div.
Haverford College, B.A.
“Between Text and Sermon: Genesis 50:15-21," Interpretation, Vol. 57, No.4, October, 2003; pp.414-416.
“Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts,” Journal for Preachers, Vol.29, No.2, Lent, 2006; pp.22-28.
“Asking a Blessing for My Father,” in The Presbyterian Outlook, Vol.188, No.2, Jan. 16, 2006; pp.14-16.
“Between Text and Sermon: I Thessalonians 5:12-24" in Interpretation, Vol. 60, No.4, October 2006; pp.446-449.
“Children of Divorce”, The Presbyterian Outlook, Vol.190, No.9, March 17, 2008, pp.10-11.
“Muddled in the Middle,” in The Presbyterian Outlook, Vol.193, No.9, June 27, 2011, pp.22-23.
“The Theological Significance of Administration in the Pastoral Ministry” and “The Splendid Embarrassment: Theology’s Home and the Practice of Ministry,” in The Power to Comprehend With All the Saints: The Formation and Practice of a Pastor-Theologian, ed. by Wallace M. Alston Jr. and Cynthia Jarvis; Eerdmans, 2009.
“Theological Perspective,” in Feasting on the Word, Year C, Vol.1, “Transfiguration Sunday,” pp.434-436.
“Theological Perspective,” in Feasting on the Word, Year C, Vol.2, “Ash Wednesday” and “Lent 1”, pp.2-6; and pp.26-30.
Ambushed by Grace: The Virtues of a Useless Faith, Pickwick Publications, Allison Park, PA, 1993.
Prayers for the Road: Meditations and Prayers for College Students, Geneva Press, Louisville, KY, 2000.
Searching for Truth: Confessing Christ in an Uncertain World, Geneva Press, Louisville, KY, 2001.
The Joy of Ministry, Westminster/John Knox Press, Louisville, KY, 2008.