Dr. Sarah Conrad Sours joined the Huntingdon College faculty in 2013, having taught previously for King's College and Southwestern College Professional Studies. She served as a preceptor for Duke Divinity School and as a teaching assistant for Duke University and for Wyoming Seminary Preparatory School Summer Program. Dr. Sours was a Writing Fellow in the University of Delaware Writing Fellows program and has served as a licensed local pastor for the United Methodist Church, Susquehanna Conference.
Articles and Presentations
"Review of Douglas A. Hicks, With God on All Sides: Leadership in a Devout and Diverse America." Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, forthcoming.
"Scripture, suffering, and genetic modification." Christian Bioethics, forthcoming.
"Asceticism." "Quality of Life." "Tolerance." Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. J. Green, J. Lapsley, R. Miles, A. Verhey, eds. Brazos Press, 2011.
"Narrating Suffering: Catherine of Genoa and Margaret Ebner's Constructive Theologies of Suffering," paper delivered at Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion regional meeting, Chapel Hill, N.C., March 13, 2009.
"Review of Patrick D. Miller and Dennis P. McCann, eds., In Search of the Common Good." Journal of Theology. 62 (2009): 530-531.
Small, M., Hall, A.H., and Sours, S.C., "Digital Resources for Classroom Use: The ATLA/ATS Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative." Poster presented at the American Academy of Religion, Philadelphia, Penn., November 2005.
"Plagiarism in a Big Moral Deal." Winfield Daily Courier. September 21, 2011.
"Truth-Telling and the Body of Christ." Spring Lecture Series, Green Lake Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Seattle; April 2010.
"The Bioethics of Family Life." Catalyst. 35.3. March 2009.
"Spiritual and Bodily Health: Thinking Beyond the Composition of the Human Person with Thomas Aquinas." Paper delivered at the John Wesley Fellows Conference, Perkins School of Theology, SMU, December 15, 2007.
"Christian Bioethics?" Four-week lecture series at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Raleigh, N.C., October 2007.
Theological bioethics: Scripture and moral theology; Virtue ethics; Pain, suffering, and illness; Desire; Ethics, law, and public policy.
Memberships, Awards, Honors
American Academy of Religion
Society of Christian Ethics
Society of Biblical Literature
Wesley Theological Society
Richard and Julia Wilke Institute for Discipleship Visiting Scholars Fellowship
John Wesley Fellowship
Duke University Graduate School Summer Research Grant
Edward H. Rosenberry Undergraduate Writing Award, University of Delaware
Golden Key International Honour Society
Phi Beta Kappa Society