Carolyn Custis James

Carolyn Custis James (BA in Sociology, MA in Biblical Studies) is an award winning author who thinks deeply about what it means to be a female follower of Jesus in a postmodern world. As a cancer survivor, she is grateful to be alive and determined to address the issues that matter most. She is an adjunct faculty member at Missio Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a consulting editor for Zondervan’s Exegetical Commentary Series on the New Testament. In 2013, Christianity Today named her one of the 50 evangelical women to watch. She speaks regularly at church conferences, colleges, and for other Christian organizations both in the US and abroad and is a guest lecturer at various theological seminaries. She has been interviewed by the Associated Press and National Public Radio.

Podcast
Mar 24, 2020
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A Biblical View of Masculinity In this episode, Darrell Bock, Andreas Köstenberger, and Carolyn Custis James discuss how the Scriptures communicate and portray masculinity and the leadership role of men.
Book Excerpts
Jun 1, 2008
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The Gospel of Ruth "Is God good for women?" One author's latest work takes readers along on her journey for the answer.
Ministry
Mar 25, 2008
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The Role of Women in Both Ministry and Life President of Whitby Forum and Synergy Women’s Network, Inc., Carolyn Custis James, shows us a picture from the Bible of what a woman's role in both life and ministry should look...