Rev. Dr. Cassie Trentaz

“Rev. Dr. Cassie Trentaz is Associate Professor of Theology, Ethics, and Church History at Warner Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. She earned her PhD from Chicago Theological Seminary in Theology, Ethics, and the Human Sciences and has fifteen years of experience teaching in higher education in Chicago, Anderson, IN, and Portland, OR. Trentaz is the author of Theology in the Age of AIDS & HIV: Complicity and Possibility (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) and the book and film project, Love in a Time of Fear: Hearing Our Neighbors Across Lines that Divide Us (Wipf & Stock, 2018, Invested in learning that is deeply contextual, Trentaz brings all of her identities as a parent, partner, neighbor, teacher, minister, community organizer, and low-key rascal into her work in each space, committed to inching, stumbling, and leaping toward glimpses of shalom in the world today following the lead of those often excluded.”



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