Nicholas Norman-Krause, Ph.D.

Nicholas Norman-Krause, Ph.D.
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Postdoc Research Associate

Education:

Ph.D., Baylor University (Religion)
M.Div., Duke University Divinity School
B.A., Moody Bible Institute (Historical Theology)

Biography:

Nicholas Norman-Krause completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Religion at Baylor University. His dissertation, Political Theology and the Conflicts of Democracy, explored the relationship between Christian theology and democratic political theory, developing a theological account of conflict, disagreement, and moral pluralism in contemporary democratic politics. Nicholas’s research is primarily in moral theology, social ethics, and religion and politics. He has published in the Anglican Theological ReviewJournal of Moral Theology, and International Journal of Christianity and Education, and is a contributor to The T&T Clark Handbook of Political Theology. Currently, he is working on a new project that considers the place of class in Christian social theology, its relationship to labor, race, and gender, and the religious meaning of social conflict in struggles for economic justice.

Academic Interests and Research:

Moral theology, social ethics, political theology, political economy, philosophical theology, philosophy of language, theological anthropology.

Selected Articles and Book Chapters:

“Theologies of Labor and the Limits of Capital,” Journal of Moral Theology (forthcoming).

“The Third City: Radical Orthodoxy’s (Emphatically) Complex Political Theology,” with Jonathan Tran, in The T&T Clark Handbook of Political Theology, ed. Rubén Rosario Rodríguez (New York: Bloomsbury, 2019), 401–416.

“A Symposium on Teaching Virtue: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Pedagogy, Liturgy, and Moral Formation,” with Paul Gutacker, Elizabeth Traverse, and Cody Strecker, International Journal of Christianity and Education 23.2 (2019): 204–230.

Professional Awards, Activities, Grants, and Fellowships:

Competitive Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship Program, Baylor University Graduate School and College of Arts and Sciences, 2021

Baylor Graduate School Summer Dissertation Fellowship, Baylor University, 2020

Shepperd Memorial Fund for Graduate Students in Religion, Baylor University, 2019

Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, 19th Century Research Seminar, Baylor University, 2018

Daniel B. McGee Endowed Scholarship Fund in Christian Ethics, Baylor University, 2018

Courses Taught at Baylor:
  • REL 1310: The Christian Scriptures
  • REL 1350: The Christian Heritage
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