Long, D. Stephen

Long, D. Stephen

D. Stephen Long, a minister in the United Methodist Church, is Professor of Systematic Theology at Marquette Univeristy. He previously taught at Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary


D. Stephen Long at Theopedia


Internet Resources

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae [PDF]

General Theology & Ethics

Making Systematic Theology Moral, CTRF 1996.

John Wesley on Reading the Decalogue, Center for Applied Christian Ethics [MP3]


Economic Ethics

A Global Market - A Catholic Church: The New Political (Ir)Realism, Theology Today, Oct 1995.

Bernard Dempsey's Theological Economics: Usury, Profit & Human Fulfilment, Theological Studies, Dec 1996.

Charity & Justice: Christian Economy & The Just Ordering of the Commandments, revised from "Christian Economy" in Virtues & Practices In The Christian Tradition, eds Nancy Murphy et.al, 1997. [as PDF]

Political/Social Ethics

Called To Take Up Arms? The Service Of The Other, Word & World, 1995 [PDF, dialogue with odd layout, Long on pp2 & 4]

An Open Letter To Bishop Sprague (on civil disobedience), Orthovox, Sept 2002.

What Makes Theology 'Political'?: Come Let Us Reason Together, Center for Applied Christian Ethics, Wheaton, Mar 2008

Political Questions Christians Must Ask, Center for Applied Christian Ethics, Wheaton, Spring 2008 [MP3]

A Theological Statement on Immigration [signatory, PDF]

Development of Christian Responses to War & Peace [PDF]



Ecclesiology and Mission

Church Growth In A Consumer Culture: What Is The Calling of The Local Church?, Contributor to 2003 Penner Debate arguing 'The Local Church Must Avoid A Marketing Approach That Targets the Unchurched' [RAM audio]

Here I Stand: Risking Methodism Means Gaining A Common Life, July 2003.

In Need of A Pope?, Christian Century, May 2005.

The Theological Danger of Church Marketing, Center for Applied Christian Ethics, Wheaton, Spring/Summer 2005, pp4-5 [PDF].


Book Reviews by Long

Review of C. Stephen Layman, The Shape of the Good: Christian Reflections on the Foundations of Ethics, Theology Today, Jan 1993

Lehmann, Humanization and the Politics of God, Christian Century, Sept 1994.

Pickstock, After Writing, Anglican Theological Review, Spring 2000.

Charry, Inquiring After God, Anglican Theological Review, Spring 2001.

Adam, Handbook of Postmodern Biblical Interpretation, Anglican Theological Review, Summer 2001.

Mitchell, Corporate Irresponsibility': America's Newest Export, Anglican Theological Review, Winter 2003.

Hudnut-Beumler, In Pursuit of the Almighty's Dollar: A History of Money and American Protestantism, Journal of Church and State, Spring 2007.

Reviews of Books by Long

The Divine Economy

Divine Economy: Theology and the Market by Daniel Rush Finn, Christian Century, March 2002.

Paul Oslington, Journal of Markets & Morality, Spring 2001 [PDF]



Blogs on "A Week with Stephen Long" [scroll down to Nov 7-14 daily reports, ending with interview)



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