Thursday, December 23, 2021

About Alice C. Linsley


Alice C. Linsley (M.Div.; D. Litt. honoris causa) is a Christian apologist with special training in Biblical Anthropology, an empirical approach to the canonical tests. She was an adjunct professor of Ethics, Philosophy, and World Religions at Midway University (Kentucky) for fourteen years.

Her address to the International Catholic Congress of Anglicans is available here:
ICCA 2015: Alice Linsley - YouTube

Her writings have appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, journals, and virtual sources in the United States, Europe, and Australia.

She contributes to Virtueonline. Some of the publications there include:

"Freeing God from Gender and Tradition"
"Christianity Lacks Originality"
"Why Women Were Never Priests"
"Ten Objections to Women Priests"

She is a member of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) and one of the founding members of Christian Women in Science (CWiS).

Alice manages the international Facebook forum The Bible and Anthropology, a working group that includes anthropologists, archaeologists, linguists, Bible scholars, students, and clergy from many denominations. Members represent various religious traditions including Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. 

Testimonials about her research can be found here:

Interviews with Alice C. Linsley have appeared in the following periodicals and radio broadcasts:

Wim Houtman, Nederlands Dagblad
Zaji Travel Magazine
Orthodox Radio of Canada
“From Canterbury to Constantinople” Frank Lockwood
“Stepping into the Stream” Road to Emmaus Interview
Illumined Heart Podcast” Ancient Faith Radio

She manages and writes for the following blogs:

Biblical Anthropology
Distinctive Discipleship
Ethics Forum
Just Genesis
Philosophers' Corner
STEM Education

Alice has lived in Spain, Greece, Iran, the Philippines, and the United States, and she has traveled in Europe, Southeast Asia, India, and Australia.

Alice is available to speak at conferences.

Related reading: Index of Topics at Just Genesis; Index of Topics at Biblical Anthropology; INDEX of Topics at Ethics Forum; INDEX of Topics at Philosophers' Corner; INDEX of Topics at STEM Education (CWiS)

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