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Stewart James Everett

Stewart James Everett

Psychiatry & Religion
Practical Theology Consortium

Contact

3041 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

stewart.everett@gmail.com

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (anticipated 2016)
Focus: Psychiatry and Religion
Minor: Systematic Theology/Christian Spirituality
Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY

Master of Arts
Focus: Psychiatry and Religion
Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY

Master of Sacred Theology
Focus: Pastoral Care and Practical Theology
Yale University Divinity School, New Haven, CT

Master of Divinity
Focus: Theology and Ethics
Yale University Divinity School, New Haven, CT

Bachelor of Arts
Major: Religion  Minor: History
Belmont University, Nashville, TN

Biography

Stewart James Everett began his doctoral program in the field of Psychiatry and Religion in Fall 2011.  Broadly speaking, he studies the interrelationship between psychology, psychoanalytic theory, systematic theology, and Christian spirituality.  Much of his graduate work has and will continue to center upon issues related to the topic of vocation in its psychological, theological, spiritual, and social dimensions.  In addition, his interests also include matters related to Baptist identity, the religious and psychological meanings of humor, clergy self-care, and the vicissitudes of mental and spiritual life.  Stewart is also a psychoanalyst-in-training, strongly believing that clinical work gives shape to his ministry in addition to his calling as an ordained Baptist minister and as a teaching academic.  

Advisor: Ann Belford Ulanov

Publications

“At Home on the Frontier: Hebrews 11.”  The Yale Divinity School’s Institute of Sacred Music Sermon Archives.  October 2005.

“Visions of a Preacher Man: Will D. Campbell’s Use of Images In His Life, Thought, and Work.” Perspectives in Religious Studies, Vol. 39: No. 2,  (Summer 2012) 135-147.

Book Review of Chaos and Grace: Discovering the Liberating Work of the Holy Spirit by Mark Galli.  Reviewed in Union Theological Seminary Quarterly Reivew, Vol. 64, No. 1 (2012).

Languages

Koine Greek

German (Reading Knowledge)

French (Reading Knowledge)

Courses

Teaching Fellow

Psychiatry and Religion 204: “Journey of Development: Psychological and Religious”

Psychiatry and Religion 209: “Theories of Depth Psychology”

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