Emily Zimbrick-Rogers is a qualitative researcher investigating the lived religion of women. She is drawn to activist and co-constructed feminist methodologies. Christians for Biblical Equality published her case study of evangelical women theologians (which you can find under the Publications tab), and she 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 (also linked in Publications). In the discernment process toward ordination to the priesthood in The Episcopal Church, she preaches and teaches in her local Episcopal church. She is especially drawn to ministry with and alongside those coming into The Episcopal Church out of conservative or fundamentalist denominations. She earned an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, a MFA in Creative Writing from Old Dominion University, and a BA from Wheaton College. In her spare time, she writes magical realism stories about nuns and goes to the beach with her toddler daughter and husband.