Emily Zimbrick-Rogers is a qualitative researcher investigating the lived religion of women. She is a feminist activist researcher and works to bring about change through provocative narrative stories. Christians for Biblical Equality published her case study of evangelical women theologians. She also recently published “Of God and Women: The Evolution in L’Engle’s Biblical Reimaginings,” a chapter in Dimensions of Madeleine L’Engle, edited by Suzanne Bray. She is also a fiction writer.
In the discernment process toward ordination to the priesthood in The Episcopal Church, Emily preaches and teaches in her local Episcopal church. She has a particular ministry and heart for those entering The Episcopal Church from conservative evangelical and fundamentalist spaces.