Scott Bader Saye has been Helen and Everett H. Jones Professor of Christian Ethics and Moral Theology at the Episcopal Seminary of the South West since 2009 (he previously served as Associate Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Scranton). He is best known for his work, Church and Israel after Christendom: The Politics of Election (1999, reprinted 2005). His PhD is from Duke University and he also has an MDiv from Yale Divinity School. His teaching and research interests include social ethics, theological economy, political theology, missional church (fresh expressions/new monasticism/emergent), and Jewish-Christian-Muslim dialogue.
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