Emily Hunter McGowin
Assistant Professor of Theology, Wheaton College
Emily Hunter McGowin is Associate Lecturer of Theology at Wheaton College. She is the author of Quivering Families: The Quiverfull Movement and Evangelical Theology of the Family(Fortress Press, 2018). Her articles have appeared in Ecclesial Practicesand New Blackfriarsand she has contributed chapters to multiple books. She holds a PhD in theology from the University of Dayton and MDiv from Truett Seminary. Her research is at the intersection of religion, theology, and ethnography.
Quivering Families: The Quiverfull Movement and Evangelical Theology of the Family (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2018).
“Every Wife Has a Church in Her Home: The Family and the Church in the American Quiverfull Movement,” Ecclesial Practices, Vol. 4.1 (May 2017): 133-157.
“Praying for More: Mothers and Motherhood in the American Quiverfull Movement,” in Angels on Earth: Mothering, Religion, and Spirituality, edited by Vanessa Reimer (Bradford, ON: Demeter Press, 2016), 73-90.
Emily’s Website: https://www.emilymcgowin.com/
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Recent Posts by Emily Hunter McGowin
Wayne Grudem on Divorce: The Right Conclusion for the Wrong Reason
Every Child is a Gift…Except When They Aren’t
It’s Not about Paige Patterson: Sex and Gender in the SBC and Beyond
Quivering Families, An Interview with Emily McGowin: Part II
Quivering Families, An Interview with Emily McGowin: Part I
A Response to “Free to Be Feminist?”