Rebecca Brewster Stevenson
Rebecca Brewster Stevenson is a writer, speaker, and theology teacher at Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill in NC. She holds a Masters in Liberal Studies, focused on philosophy and literature, from Duke University; and an MLitt in analytic and exegetical theology from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She is the author of the novel Healing Maddie Brees, non-fiction Wait: Thoughts and Practice in Waiting on God, and a co-author of a study of Galatians. When not teaching or writing essays on theology, she’s at work on a novel set in Pennsylvania’s Rust Belt and based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. She’s also broadening her MLitt dissertation, “Joy in Kierkegaard’s The Sickness Unto Death,” into a book on human identity and joy. She lives with her husband and near her grown children and two grandchildren in Durham, NC.