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Michael Plekon, Review of Kierkegaard: Resources and Results, ed. Alastair McKinnon. (Wilfred Laurier University Press , 1982) in Kierkegaardiana, 13, 162. (1984).

Michael Plekon, Review of Dennis M. Campbell, Doctors, Lawyers, Ministers: Christian Ethics in Professional Practice (Abingdon, 1982) and Jerry Folk, Worldly Christians: A Call to Faith ,Prayer, and Action ( Augsburg , 1983) in dialog, 23, Spring 1984, 154-155.
Michael Plekon, Review of Emmanuel Skjoldager, Den egentlige Kierkegaard (The Real Kierkegaard) , Scandinavian Studies , 55, 1983, 266-268.
Michael Plekon, Review of Johannes Sløk, Da Kierkegaard tav: Fra forfatterskabet til kirkestorm (When Kierkegaard was silent: From the authorship to the attack on the church) , Scandinavian Studies , 54, 3, (Summer, 1982) : 264-266.
Michael Plekon, Review essay, "Hverken præst, profet eller apostel," (Neither priest , prophet nor apostle,") Review of Peter L. Berger and Hansfried Kellner, Nytolkning af sociologien (Sociology Reinterpreted) in Weekendavisen, Berlingske Aften, Copenhagen, 13-19 August 1982. 16.
Michael Plekon, Review essay, "Beyond Existential Caricatures: New Views of Kierkegaard," Human Studies, 4, (1981) 109-118.


Michael Plekon, “Communion and conflict: On the meeting of Pope Francis and Patriarch of Moscow Kyril and the Upcoming Pan-Orthodox Council in Crete,” Sojourners, June, 2106.
Michael Plekon, “The Many Lives and Faces of St. Maria Skobtsova,” 3, 5, May, 2012, http://ocawonder.com/2012/05/
Michael Plekon, “Towards a theology of social ministry,” The Handmaiden, 13, 3, 2009, 13-19.

Michael Plekon, “A Theologian of Beauty, A Life of Service: Paul Evdokimov,” Jacob’s Well, (quarterly of the OCA Diocese of NY&NJ), Spring/Summer, 2002, 6-9. Polish version: “Teolog Boskego piękna, życie jako służba,” Zeszyty Naukowe Cwentrum Badań Im. Edyty Stein, Poznań, 2011, 149-154.

Michael Plekon, “Icons of 9/11,” The Orthodox Church (monthly national newspaper of the Orthodox Church in America, October/November, 2002.
Michael Plekon, “Hidden Holiness,” Baruch: The Magazine of Baruch College, Spring/Summer 2001, 29.
Michael Plekon, “Father Lev Gillet: The Monk in the City, a Pilgrim in many worlds,” Jacob’s Well, Spring/Summer, 2001, 6-8.
Michael Plekon, "Living Icons: Mother Maria Skobtsova," Jacob's Well, Fall, 1999/Winter 2000, 9-12.
Michael Plekon, editor:"Anaphora of the Liturgy of St. Basil the Great," "Holy Baptism and Chrismation," "Holy Matrimony:" liturgical texts edited and revised for parish use, St. Gregory the Theologian Orthodox Church, Wappingers Falls, NY, 1996-1997.

Michael Plekon, "Communion and Fellowship: Gathering as Church-Diocesan Assembly," Jacob's Well, Winter, 1997, 29.

Michael Plekon, "The Marketing of 'Spirituality:' Discerning its Spirit," Jacob's Well, Fall, 1996, 6-7.
Michael Plekon, translator of articles in Bibliotheca Kierkegaardiana, vol. 5, Theological Concepts in Kierkegaard, vol. 7, Kierkegaard and Human Values, Niels Thulstrup and Maria Mikulová Thulstrup, eds., (Copenhagen: C. A. Reitzel, 1980, 1981).


Session: “Merton and the Inner Journey,” (with Fiona Gardner)--“What I wear is pants. What I do is live. How I pray is breathe…”: Merton and the Spiritual Life in the 21st Century, paper at Merton at 100: Living the Legacy, 14th annual International Thomas Merton Society meeting, Bellarmine University, Louisville KY, June 4-7, 2015.

“Uncommon Prayer: Prayer in Everyday Experience, and Thomas Merton’s Prayer in ‘Day of a Stranger’,” Lenten Retreat Series, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland OR, Feb. 21-22, 2015.
“How I Pray is Breathe: Thomas Merton and Prayer in Everyday Experience,” Talks at Meeting of the Corpus Christi Chapter, International Thomas Merton Society, Corpus Christi Church, New York, NY, November 15, 2014.
“The immense mercy of God was upon me…: Thomas Merton’s Reading of the Russian Émigré Theologians,” Lecture series celebrating the 75th anniversary of Merton’s Baptism, Thomas Merton Society of New York, Corpus Christi Church, NYC, September 28, 2013.
“Maria Skobtsova: Making a Saint in the Eastern Church Today,” paper at “Saints without borders: Ecumenical reflections of the great cloud of witnesses,” Institute for Ecumenical Research, Strasbourg, July 3-10, 2013.
“Living Icons, holiness in our time” and “American voices, lives and paths to holiness,” keynote presentations, Pittsburgh Pastoral Conference, “The Future of the Church & Pastoral Care,” Pittsburgh PA, May 17, 2013.
“ ‘Mercy within mercy within mercy’: Thomas Merton’s Merciful God,” Talk at Lenten vespers, Corpus Christi Church, NYC, March 10, 3013

“Hidden holiness, the cult of celebrities, bad religion, tools of the trade and the church has left the building,” talks for the clergy of the Episcopal diocese of Newark, Holy Cross Monastery, West Park NY, Feb. 19-21, 2013.

“The Sacrament of Love”: Paul Evdokimov’s Vision of Marriage, Love and Vocation,” paper presented at “Family, Marriage, Love—In Eastern Orthodox Perspective,” conference of the Sophia Institute/International Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture, Union Theological Seminary, NYC, December 7, 2012.

“The Church has left the building,” paper presented at the Huffington Ecumenical Institute Conference, “Pan-Orthodoxy in America: Towards a Local Church,’ Loyola-Marymount University, Los Angeles, March 16-17, 2012.

Interview online, http://easternchristianbooks.blogspot.com/2011/07/authorial-interview-fr-michael-plekon.html

Interview online, http://www.patheos.com/Books/Book-Club/Michael-Plekon-Saints-As-They-Really-Are/Holiness-In-Our-Time-A-QA-with-Author-Michael-Plekon-06-16-2012.html

“Saints in the making,” three lectures on Maria Skobtsova, Alexander Men and Olga Michael given to the monastic community, Gethsemani Abbey, Trappist KY, September 27-29, 2011.

“Lived Prayer—Listening to Persons of Prayer, towards a Theology of Prayer,” 10th Muslim-Christian Building Bridges Conference, Doha, Qatar, May 16-19, 2011.
“Saints as they really are”: persons of faith, American patterns,” VonHolzhausen lecture, St. Mary’s Orthodox Church, Cambridge MA, May 1, 2011.
“ Patterns of Holiness Today,” lecture, Princeton University, Department of Religion, December 13, 2010. Guest lecturer at seminar, December 14, 2010.
“Hidden Holiness” retreat day talks, New Skete Monastery, Cambridge NY, October 16, 2010.
“On the trail of holy people,” faculty/student lunch series, Baruch Honors Program, October 14, 2010.
“Living the Holy Life in Our Time,” keynote presentation, New Skete Monastery pilgrimage day, August 7, 2010, Cambridge NY.

“Hidden Holiness: Living the Godly Life Today,” and “Holiness and Healing,” lectures presented at the Sheptytsky Institute Study Days, Metropolitan Andriy Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, St. Paul University, Ottawa, Ont, June 28-30, 2010.

“Holiness in our time,” interview/podcast with Kevin Allen on The Illumined Heart, Ancient Faith Radio, September 11, 2009. http://ancientfaith.com/podcasts/illuminedheart/holiness_in_our_times
“Hidden Holiness,” presented as inaugural lecture, in the series, “Called to Holiness,” Sign of the Theotokos Orthodox Church, Montreal, Quebec, September 20, 2009.
“Considering Father Men, now and in the future,” presented at the conference, “Alexander Men: New Ways of Christian Witness, Nyack College, Manhattan campus & Union Theological Seminary, August 8-9, 2009.
“ ‘The World as sacrament’: The World in Alexander Schmemann’s Theological Vision,” presented at the international conference, “The Heritage of Father Alexander Schmemann, 1921-83,” Paris, St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute, December 11-14, 2008.
“Bishops as servants,” presented at the conference, Sobornost’, Conciliarity and Communion, sponsored by St. Andrew’s Theological College, Moscow at the Ecumenical monastery of Bose, Italy, October 23-26, 2008.
“”Ecumenism and social ministry,” presented at The Ecumenical Social Week, Lviv, Ukraine, sponsored by the Institute of Ecumenical Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, the regional and municipal governments of Lviv, June 11-15, 2008.
“Always everyone together for one and the same thing: The ecclesial and sacramental vision of Nikolai Afanasiev,” paper presented at the International Theological Conference of the Russian Orthodox Church, “Orthodox Teaching on the Sacraments of the Church,” 13-16 November 2007, Danilovsky Monastery/Conference Center, Moscow.

“Theosis and holiness,” response paper, Fr. Alexander Men Commemorative Conference, St. Mary Magdalen orthodox Church, NYC, July 24, 2007.

“Mother Maria Skobtsova” Modern Spiritual Masters Lenten Series, Graymoor Spiritual Center, Garrison NY, March 10, 2007.
“Living Icons: Persons of Faith from the Orthodox Church in the 20th Century” Eagle River Institute, St. John Antiochian Cathedral, Eagle River AK, Aug. 1-5, 2006, :1. Modern Martyrs: St. Mother Maria Skobtsova and Fr. Alexander Men, 2. Theologians in the World: Paul Evdokimov and Fr. John Meyendorff, 3.Theologians in the Church: Fr. Sergius Bulgakov and Fr. Nicolas Afanasiev, 4. The Monk in the City and the Theologian of Signs: Fr. Lev Gillet and Elisabeth Behr Sigel.

“ ‘Return to the sources’ in 20th Century Orthodox Ecclesiology: The Case of Nicolas Afanasiev,” “One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church: Ecclesiology and the Gathered Community,” The Fourth Orthodox-Wesleyan Consultation, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, January 8-13, 2006.

“Living Tradition: Social Theory working with theology—the case of Fr. Sergius Bulgakov,” presented at conference, “Radical orthodoxy: a Christian answer to post-modern cultures,” Institute of Ecumenical Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv, June 1-4, 2006.
“The Power of Love”: Nicolas Afanasiev on the Rule of Love in the Church’s Life,” presented at conference inaugurating the Institute for Ecumenical Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv, Ukraine, June 12-14, 2005.
“The Social Thought of the Russian Emigration,” presented at conference “”The Spirit of Orthodoxy and the Ethic of Capitalism,” Institute for the Human Sciences, Vienna, March 7-9, 2005.

“The Liturgical Meaning of the Jesus Prayer: Insights from Paul Evdokimov, Maria Skotsova, Alexander Men,” presented at the XIIth International Conference on Orthodox Spirituality, Monastery of Bose, Italy, September 18, 2004.

“Witnesses and Voices: Images of the Church from Afanasiev, Schmemann and Meyendorff,” presented at second workshop in project, “Orthodox Christianity in American Public Life: Challenges and Opportunities of Religious Pluralism in the 21st century,” Institute for Religion and World Affairs, Boston University, December 13, 2003.
“The ‘Sacrament of the Brother/Sister in the Lives and Thought of Paul Evdokimov and Mother Maria Skobtsova,” presented at the symposium, “Russian Theological Traditions, Yesterday and Today,” St. Vladimir’s Theological Seminary, Crestwood NY, Oct. 2-4, 2002.
“Saints and Holiness in Our Time,” presented at the Orthodox Christian Fellowship, Columbia University, St. Paul’s Chapel, November 28, 2001.
“ Kierkegaard and the Holy Communion in the Eucharist,” presented at the 4th International Kierkegaard Conference, St. Olaf College, Northfield MN, June 9-13, 2001.
“ Orthodox Spirituality- Embodied by Holy People of Our Time,” Five Day Conference of the Academy of Spirituality, United Methodist Church Rocky Mountain District, Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia CO, April 22-27, 2001.
“Orthodox and Catholics: What We Have in Common:” Retreat with Edward Siecinski for Holy Cross Orthodox and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic parishes, Medford NJ, March 24, 2001.
“Religion in American Society and Culture: A Profile,” conference for mission clergy of the Diocese of the Midwest, OCA, Christ the Savior Church, Chicago, Aug. 5, 2000.

“Is Jurisdictional Pluralism Adequate for the Orthodox Mission to America?” presentation at the conference, “Orthodoxy in the American Pluralistic Situation,” sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Boston University, May 17, 2000.

“Living Icons: People of Faith in Our Time,” annual conference of the Orthodox Theological Institute of Montreal, March 23-25, 2000 at Manoir d’Youville, Châteauguay, QC.
"And the Truth Shall Make You Free," presented at St. John The Baptist Orthodox Church, Passaic NJ, February 28, 1999.
"A Holy Woman of Our Time: Mother Maria Skobtsova," for Orthodox Christian Fellowship of University Students, St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, Nov.11, 1998.
"Interiorized Monasticism: A Pattern of Spirituality," conference led at Holy Cross Monastery, West Park NY, September 11-12, 1998.
"What Does Eastern Orthdoxy Say About...The Orthodox Christian Church, Her Life and Worship " Elderhostel session, Holy Cross Monastery, West Park NY, May 4, 1998.
"Teaching, Scholarship, Committee, Your Life: Learning to Say 'No': discussion section led with Sandra Mullings, CUNY Conference on Faculty Development, Tenure and Promotion, Feb. 27, 1998, Baruch Conference Center.
"Becoming What You Pray: The Soul's Growth: Thoughts from Paul Evdokimov," Orthodox Christian Fellowship of University Students, St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, Feb. 18, 1998.
"The Church: Service, Scripture Tradition, Liturgy," St. Gregory's Orthodox Church, Wappingers Falls NY, Dec. 12, 1997.
“Kierkegaard at the End: Authority in the Attack on the Church," presented at The 3rd International Kierkegaard Conference, Hong/Kierkegaard Library and Research Center, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, June 7-11, 1997.

"Kierkegaard as Theologian: Response to Pia Søltoft, 'Anthopology and Ethics,' presented at The 3rd International Kierkegaard Conference, Hong/Kierkegaard Library, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MMN, June 7-11, 1997.

"Standing on One's Own Feet: Kierkegaard's Politics and Christianity," in response to Bruce Kirmmse, "On Authority and Revolution: Kierkegaard's Road to Politics," at the International Kierkegaard Conference, "The Meaning of Meaning It," University of Copenhagen, May 5-9, 1996.
Michael Plekon, "The Liturgy: The Life of the Parish, the Life of the Kingdom, for the Life of the World,"paper at the Lutheran-Orthodox Dialogue, Summer Institute of Theology, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America/Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession, Orthodox Church in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Sväty Jur, Slovakia, July 4 -15, 1995.
"Crises in the Western Churches," St. Gregory's Church, Wappingers Falls, NY, Nov. 19, 1994.
"Crises in the ELCA from the Evangelical Catholic Perspective," Redeemer Church, New Paltz, NY, Feb. 5, 12, 1995.
"Prayer in the Lord's Prayer,"Immanuel Lutheran Church, NYC, Mar. 22, 1995.
"Paul Evdokimov, Theologian of the Church and of the World," presented to Clergy Study Group, Metro NY Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Feb. 27, 1995.
"Mary, Icon of the Church and for the Church," presented to Clergy Study Group, Metropolitan New York Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, June 17, 1993.
"The Hands of Christ," Ecumenical Ministerium of Red Hook, NY, April 9, 1993.
"The Lutheran Movement in the Church Catholic," presentation to Senior American Religion Course, Red Hook High School, April 5, 1993.
"The Ministry Debate in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America," Christ Church, Woodstock , NY, March 25, 1993.

"Rasmus Jensen: First Lutheran Priest in North America," Stony Point, NY, February 20, 1993.

"Great Lent and Holy Week in Ancient and Contemporary Church Practice," St. Paul's Church, Red Hook , NY, February and March Sundays, 1993.
"Living in the Light," Epiphany Talk, Christ Episcopal Church, Red Hook , NY, Jan.6, 1993.
"Family as domestic church: Prayer and Learning at Home," St. Gregory Orthodox Church, Wappingers Falls, NY October 1, 1992.
"Liturgy and Life in the Early Church," October 7, 14, 21, 28, 1992, St. John's Church, Poughkeepsie, NY.
"Joseph, Guardian of our Lord, Righteous One of the Old Covenant," Redeemer Church, New Paltz, NY, December 16, 1992.
"The Holy Things of the Church," "Communicating the Faith," St. Paul's Church, Red Hook , NY, August 29, October 10, 1992.
"Back to Basics: Returning to the Church's Holy Things,' February and March Sundays, 1992, Redeemer Church, New Paltz, NY.
"Prayer: As Seen and Shown in Icons," Redeemer Church, New Paltz , NY, March 11, 1992.
Courses in diakonia, preparation program for Church professionals, "Introduction to the Scriptures" and "American and Ecumenical Church History", September /October 1990, November/December 1991, Trinity Church, Brewster NY.
Hudson Clergy Conference Retreat: "Lent, A School of Repentance," Oakwood Center, Rhinebeck NY, January 17, 1991.
"Images of Repentance," Redeemer Church, New Paltz, NY, Feb. 20, 1991.

"The Early Church's Legacy: Liturgy, Prayer, Order," Christ Church, Woodstock NY, Feb. 21, 1991.

"On the Church: Failings and Foundations," Christ Church, Woodstock, NY, Dec. 13, 1989.

Clergy Conference, Aug. 9, 1989: "Being a Martyr for the Church," Christ Church, Woodstock, NY.
"Liturgy, the life and unity of the Church-Orthodoxy and Lutheranism," St. Gregory's Church, Wappingers Fall, NY, Mar. 17, 1989.
Michael Plekon, "Kierkegaard the Theologian: The Roots of his Incarnational Optimism in Works of Love," paper at "Kierkegaard as a Religious Thinker," Second International Kierkegaard Symposium, Howard and Edna Hong Kierkegaard Library and Research Center, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, June 5-8, 1988.
Visiting Scholar/Lecturer, Eighth Commemoration of Søren Kierkegaard, First Lutheran Church of West Seattle, Washington, Nov. 15-16, 1987--"Communion: Kierkegaard on the Life with God, in the Eucharist, as the Church."

Lectures: 1."Opening up the Treasures of the Kingdom: Kierkegaard the Theologian"

2."Kierkegaard on Being the Church: Taking the Holy Home, Becoming God

3."Kierkegaard and the Life of Prayer: In Relationship with God, Imitating Christ"

4."Kierkegaard on Liturgy and Life: The Eucharist Everyday"

5."Kierkegaard on the Life in Christ: Being and Doing the Works of Love" (given at Pacific Lutheran University)

"Blessing and Thanksgiving," St. Lawrence Church, Brewster, NY, Nov. 26, 1986.
"The Liturgy," Trinity Church, Brewster, NY, January, 1986.
"Rediscovering Prayer," Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5, 12, 19, 1986, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.
Lutheran-Reformed Dialogue in the US, three adult study sessions, October, 1985, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.

"Back to the Basics of the Faith": four adult study workshops, Oct-Nov., 1985, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.

"The Sunday Lessons: Preparing the Scripture Readings," on-going Wednesday afternoon adult study session, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY, 1983-91.

"Children and Prayer," with the Rev. Deborah Dresser, St. Andrew's Church, Brewster, NY, Feb. 13, 1985.

"The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ," March-April, 1985, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.
"The Lima Document of Faith and Order: Baptism, Eucharist, Ministry," Feb.-Mar., 1984, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.
"God on our Minds: Images and Memories," Mar.-April, 1983, Trinity Church, Brewster, NY.
"Affirmation and Criticism in the Late Kierkegaard," presented to the Clergy Study Group, Metro. NY Synod, Lutheran Church in America, Nov. 21, 1983.
"The Roles of the Senior and Assistant Pastors in the Large Parish," co-presented with H. Henry Maertens (his D. Min. thesis to Clergy Study Group, Metro. NY Synod of the LCA, Oct. 17, 1983.
"The Late Kierkegaard's Social and Theological Criticism," presented at conference, "Social Criticism in a Kierkegaardian Mode," Wesleyan University Center for the Humanities, Mar. 3-4, 1983.
"Reinterpreting the Late Kierkegaard," presented at the Columbia University Seminar in Religious Studies, Feb. 8, 1982.
"Social and Theological Criticism in the Late Kierkegaard," presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Apr. 30, 1982.

"The Late Kierkegaard," presented at the Kierkegaard session of the Nineteenth Century Theology Working Group, annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, Dec. 21, 1981.

"Kierkegaard at the End,"presented at the Fifth Seminar of the Program in Religion and Culture, SLAS, Baruch College, Dec. 3, 1981.
"On the Convergence of Social Theory and Theology: The Case of Kierkegaard," presented at the social theory session, annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, NYC, Mar. 21, 1981.
"From Kierkegaard to the Berrigans: Christianity in Conflict with Society," Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education lecture series, NYU Loeb Center, Feb.-Mar., 1981.
"Intellectuals and Politics: Nietzsche and Kierkegaard," response to session, American Historical Association, San Francisco, Dec. 29, 1978.

Signals of Transcendence: Peter Berger's Work on Contemporary Christianity," lecture series, Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education, Earl Hall, Columbia University, October, 1978.

Discussion, Kierkegaard studies session, annual meeting, Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies, Amherst, May 1978.
"Experimental Programs in Diversion in Juvenile Justice," presentation at Drew University Sociology department, May, 1977.
Participant in consultations: 12th All American Council, Orthodox Church in America, July 25-30, 1999, Pittsburgh PA; "Call to Faithfulness," conferences I & II, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, June 1990, 1992; Summer Institute of Liturgical and Pastoral Theology, St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary, Crestwood, NY, June 1985-99; annual Diocese of NY & NJ assemblies and NJ Deanery meetings, 1995-present, Metro NY Synod Ministerium gatherings and Assemblies, June 1983-95; annual Lutheran clergy retreat conferences, February 1985-present; "Professing the Gospel in the University,"

Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education, NYC, May, 1983; National Conference on Statement on Peace, Lutheran Church in America, Chevy Chase, MD, Mar. 16-18, 1983; "Religion and the Intellectual World," National Institute for Campus Ministry, Chapel Hill, NC, May 8-10, 1981; "Kierkegaard und die Deutsche Philosophie seiner Zeit,"German Cultural Institute, Copenhagen, November, 1979.


  1. Papers submitted to journals for consideration:

“What I wear is pants. What I do is live. How I pray is breathe…”: Merton and the Spiritual Life in the 21st Century, paper at Merton 100: Living the Legacy, Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the International Thomas Merton Society, Bellarmine University, Louisville KY, June 4-7, 2015.

  1. Research in progress:

-Michael Plekon, The World as Sacrament, submitted to Augsburg-Fortress, August, 2015.


Ecumenical advisor, Lutheran Forum, 1996-2007.

Editorial board member, Lutheran Forum, 1993-95.

Election to membership, Lutheran Academy for Scholarship, 1982-1995.

Election as President of the Board of Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education, 1982-87.

Recipient of released time for research, SLAS, Baruch College, Fall and Spring, 1981, Spring 1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011.

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