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Abigail Woolley Cutter

Dr. Abigail Cutter moved to Bristol, Tennessee, in 2023, and serves as assistant professor of theology at King University in Bristol, TN. She enjoys the music and many trails of Appalachia with her husband and two young children.

A Proper Meal

The contrast between how the hobbits eat on a mission and how they eat at home is highly significant.

‘Parish’ Ministry Outside English Parishes?

Eavesdropping on British conversations, I find the future of the parish system is a common topic of discussion there. Entwined as it is with...

Christian Teaching in a Post-Literate Society

By Abigail Woolley Cutter Readers of Covenant are, it’s safe to say, readers of many other things as well. Not only blog essays, news stories,...

Yours, Mine, and Ours: The Sketch of a Family Discernment of Mission

By Abigail Woolley Cutter When it comes to Christian vocational discernment, many excellent resources are available, like Parker Palmer’s Listening to Your Life and Gordon...

A Garden for a City on the Prairie

By Abigail Woolley Cutter I have moved to Kansas three times, and this summer, I expect to move away from it for the third time....

In Praise of Bicycles and Lives Well Lived

By Abigail Woolley Cutter If you throw yourself whole-hog into a vocation of academic theology and ethics, becoming an expert in several sub-fields and publishing...

News Media and Belonging 

Part 5 of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter This post wraps up a series on reading the news like a Christian....

Bad News, Theodicy, and Hospitality

Part Four of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter When I am tuned in to national and global events, I can’t avoid being...

Trauma, the News, and God

Part Three of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter My two previous posts have explored a spirituality of reading the news. I’ve noted...

Which Neighbors?

Part 2 of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter For anyone who wants to share in the burdens of others, it can be...