Mason Lee is a PhD candidate in Practical Theology, focusing on Homiletics. He holds degrees from York College (BA), Abilene Christian University (MDiv), and Boston University (STM). With academic interests in hermeneutics, virtue theory, and theologies of preaching, Mason’s research focuses on the existence of homiletical virtues and the theological and hermeneutical significance of the virtue of patience for the practice of preaching. Mason currently serves as the Editorial Assistant for the journal Theology Today and is the Co-Director of the Sustaining the Preaching Life Initiative at Princeton Seminary and holds professional memberships in the Academy of Homiletics, the Association of Practical Theology, and the Society of Biblical Literature. With over ten years of ministry experience, Mason is dedicated to the theological formation of preachers and the congregations they serve. Mason and his wife Kelci have one daughter and are active members of Churches of Christ.
“Learning to Speak of God”: Patience as a Homiletical Virtue
“The rooting of justice in our spiritual formation in Christ requires careful thought and teaching. I was equipped to lead in this way through my time at PTS. ”