Charlene P. E. Burns, Ph.D.

Charlene Burns is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She earned the Ph.D. in Religion from Vanderbilt University and the M.A. in Religious Studies from Loyola University New Orleans. Her area of specialization is Constructive Theology and she teaches courses in History of Christianity, New Testament, Psychology of Religion, Evil in the World's Religions, and Religion & Morality. Her areas of research interest include Theology & Culture, Theological Anthropology, and the psychology of religious violence.

Her publications include Divine Becoming: Rethinking Jesus and Incarnation (Fortress Press, 2002) and numerous articles in journals including Buddhist-Christian Studies, Journal of Teaching Theology and Religion, and the Journal of Psychology and Theology.

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