Monograph, For the Good of the Church: Unity, Theology and Women, SCM Press, 2021
Editor, Women and Ordination in the Orthodox Church – Explorations in Theology and Practice, Cascade, 2020
Monograph, The Image of God in the Theology of Gregory of Nazianzus, Cambridge University Press, 2019
CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES
“Just Say No!”, Logia Blog, St Andrew’s University, June 2023
Book review. Wiebe, Gregory D. Fallen Angels in the Theology of Saint Augustine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. Reviewed in Scottish Journal of Theology 76, no. 3 (2023), 286-88.
“Rethinking Gregory of Nyssa’s Mystical Theology: The Role of Hostile Powers in Homilies on the Song of Songs,” Theological Studies, Dec 2022, Volume 83, Issue 4, 537-553
“The Gift of Power in Methodism: Learning from Women’s Experiences of Working in Diverse Churches in England through Receptive Ecumenism,” in Journal of Ecumenical Studies. Vol 57, No 4, pp. 465-489, Fall 2022
‘Almighty God, give us grace to cast away the works of darkness, and put on the armor of light’: Re-thinking Advent Themes of Darkness with Gregory of Nyssa, Cambridge University Press (2022)
‘Mutual Flourishing in the Church of England: Receiving a Gift from the Orthodox Theological Tradition’, in Receptive Ecumenism as Transformative Ecclesial Learning: Walking the Way to a Church Re-formed, edited by Paul D. Murray, Gregory Ryan and Paul Lakeland,131-140 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022).
“The Status of Vulnerability in a Theology of the Christian Life: Gregory of Nyssa on the “Wound of Love” in Conversation with Sarah Coakley”, Wiley Online Library (2022)
“Receptive Learning Between Churches” in Proceedings from the Global Christian Forum Gathering, April 2018, Bogotá, Columbia, edited by Larry Miller, 153-160 (Bonn: Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschat, 2021).
“Cappadocian Prayer,” in T&T Clark Companion to Christian Prayer, edited by Ashley Cocksworth and John McDowell, (London: T&T Clark, 2021).
“‘Giving the Devil his Due’ – the Role of Satan in Human Suffering,” in Love, Suffering and Diminishment in the Christian Life, edited by Karen Kilby and Rachel Davies, 43-54 (London: Bloomsbury, 2019).
“‘Mutual Flourishing’ in the Church of England: Learning Receptively from Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Ecclesiology: The Journal of Ministry, Mission and Unity 15.3 (2019), 302-321.
“The Human Icon: Gregory of Nazianzus on Being an Imago Dei,” Scottish Journal of Theology 72.2 (2019)
“A Call for Hospitality: Learning from a Particular Example of Women’s Grass Roots Practice of Receptive Ecumenism in the U.K.” Exchange 47.4 (2018), 335-350.
“Receiving Women’s Gifts: An Exploration of the Role of Hospitality in the Practice of Receptive Ecumenism” in Receptive Ecumenism: Listening, Learning and Loving in the Way of Christ. Vicky Balabanski and Geraldine Hawkes (eds.), ATF Press. A Forum for Theology in the World, Vol 5, No 2 (2018), 123-134.
“Divine, Yet Vulnerable: The Paradoxical Existence of Gregory Nazianzen’s Imago Dei.” Studia Patristica. Vol XCV. Marcus Vincent (eds.) Leuven: Peeters Press (2017), 281-290.
“Gregory Nazianzen: Interpreting the Human Eikon of God Literally as a Physical Bearer of God’s Presence.” Studia Patristica C. Hugh A.G. Houghton, M.L. Davies and Marcus Vinzent (eds). Leuven: Peeters Press (2019), 281-289.
“Gregory Nazianzen on the Devil and the Image of God: ‘Worship me!'” Studia Patristica. Vol. LXXIV. Marcus Vincent and Allan Brent (eds.). Leuven: Peeters Press (2016), 181-190.
Inspiring Yale Faculty Member, Yale University, 2020
Nominated as a “Woman Making a Difference,” Durham University, 2019
Scholarship L.A. Theology Conference, 2018
Jack Petchy Award for Outstanding Leadership, 2017
Church of England Research Degrees Panel (fully funded PhD), 2014
Church of England Research Degrees Panel, 2013
Sylvanus Lysons Trust, 2013
St. Luke’s Trust, 2013
St Matthias Trust, 2013
Anglican and Episcopal Contextual Education
Anglican and Episcopal History
History of Early Christian Thought