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    Natalie Kertes Weaver, PhD

    Professor of Religious Studies

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    Dr. Natalie Kertes Weaver earned her BA, at John Carroll University, MA at Pepperdine University, and PhD at Loyola University Chicago. Her academic books include “Marriage and Family: A Christian Theological Foundation” (Anselm, 2009); “Christian Thought and Practice: A Primer” (Anselm, 2012); “The Theology of Suffering and Death: An Introduction for Caregivers” (Routledge, 2013); and “Christian Thought and Practice: A Primer - Revised Edition” (Anselm, 2015). Her areas of interest and expertise include: feminist theology; theology of suffering; theology of the family; religion and violence; and (inter)sex and theology.