Luke Zerra, MDiv '16, is a PhD candidate studying theological ethics and moral theology. He earned an MDiv from Princeton Seminary and a BA in Philosophy/Religion and History from Flagler College. His dissertation reads Anglican theologian Richard Hooker alongside contemporary debates in Christian ethics surrounding liturgy and moral formation. His other research interests include Anglican moral theology, disability ethics, theological aesthetics, and philosophies of language and social practice.
Contemplative Pragmatism: Liturgy and Moral Formation in Richard Hooker (tentative title)