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Sandra L. Glahn

Associate Professor in Media Arts and Worship, Editor-in-Chief, Kindred Spirit

B. A., Washington Bible College, 1981; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, 2001; Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas, 2013.

Sandra Glahn is associate professor in Media Arts and Worship at Dallas Theological Seminary, and she is also editor-in-chief of the Seminary’s award-winning magazine, Kindred Spirit. Sandra and her husband of thirty-four years experienced a decade of infertility and pregnancy loss before the adoption of their daughter. Consequently, a number of Sandra’s eighteen books relate to bioethics, sexuality, and reproductive technologies. Her coauthored works include Sexual Intimacy in Marriage (Kregel)—which has sold more than 200,000 copies; three medical suspense novels, a book on Christianity and contraception; two books on infertility; and two of her Coffee Cup Bible studies (AMG). The first novel, Lethal Harvest (Kregel), was a Christy Award finalist. Sandra’s solo works include her most recent medical novel, Informed Consent (Cook), and eight of the ten titles in her Coffee Cup Bible Study series. She is also a contributing author for a number of works that include God Sightings (Howard Books) and A Faith and Culture Devotional (Zondervan). Additionally, she is a regular blogger at Tapestry, bible.org’s site for women in Christian leadership, and she serves on a special advisory board for the Bethany Beyond the Jordan site. A frequent conference and retreat speaker, Sandra’s ministries have taken her on multiple trips to Mexico, Canada, and Belarus, and additional travels to Australia, Jordan, Italy, France, England, Russia, Germany, Greece, Kenya, and Israel.

Sandra L. Glahn
office:
HCCL 105
phone:
214-887-5143
email:
social:
  • PM351 - The Role of Women in Ministry
  • PM721 - Creative Writing in Ministry
  • PM722 - Advanced Creative Writing
  • CE605 - Christian Journalism
  • DM103 - The Applied Research Project
  • DM901 - Independent Study
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Academic Interests

  • Writing
  • Women in antiquity
  • Women's history
  • The role of women in ministry
  • Independent studies in literature and fiction and memoir writing
  • Sexual intimacy in marriage
  • Bioethics
  • Reproductive technologies
  • Infertility/pregnancy loss
  • Stem cell research
  • Contraception
  • Mentoring

Personal Interests

  • Travel
  • Writing/blogging
  • Reading
  • Mentoring writers
  • Working with infertility patients
  • The Women's Movement and the church--Early Modern Period through Second-Wave Feminism

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