Loyola Theology Alumna Dr. Melissa Browning's Theological Conversations Go Beyond Classroom
Dr. Melissa Browning, a 2011 alumna of Loyola University Chicago's doctoral program in Christian Ethics, extends her theological conversations beyond her role as an assistant professor of contextual ministry at McAfee School of Theology. Recently, the Huffington Post published Dr. Browning's 14th contribution to the online news journal's Voices Blog. As an ordained Baptist minister, Dr. Browning combines both theoretical and practical approaches to ethics, always with a focus on addressing injustices both here in the US and overseas, particularly in Africa, as attested to by her recent book, Risky Marriage: HIV and Intimate Relationships in Tanzania. All of Dr. Browning's contributions to the Huffington Post can be found here.