Samuel Davidson

PhD Student | Theology (Systematic Theology)

Samuel Davidson

A PhD student in Systematic Theology, Samuel Davidson has his B.A. in Religion from Baylor University and M.Div. from George W. Truett Theological Seminary, and also earned an MTh by Research (with distinction) from the University of Edinburgh. His research focus is on developing phenomenologically rich frameworks for engaging experiences of psychological disorder, and he approaches this work through an ecological lens. In conversation with Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Jürgen Moltmann, he is particularly interested in exploring the intersection of the doctrines of creation, anthropology, and Christology with the theoretical fields of ecopsychology and psychological phenomenology. Alongside these doctrinal loci, he is vocationally interested in addressing connections between agriculture, land use, and mental and spiritual health.

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Environmental steward at St. Paul’s Christian School

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