The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore

Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
Organization: Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN

The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore is associate dean for first theological degree programs at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN.

Mary Hinkle Shore joined the Luther Seminary faculty as assistant professor of New Testament in the fall of 1997.

Shore received the B.A. degree summa cum laude from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, in 1982. In 1986 she graduated from Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary, and was ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Following ordination she served for six years in rural and suburban parish settings in North Dakota. She currently is rostered in the Southwestern Minnesota Synod of the ELCA.

She earned the Ph.D. degree in New Testament and Christian Origins from Duke University in 1997. Her dissertation is entitled, "Proclaiming Peace: The Use of Scripture in Ephesians." While at Duke, she was a teaching assistant in undergraduate religion courses, as well as a preceptor for New Testament and homiletics courses in the Divinity School.

Shore currently is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature.

Among Dr. Shore's recent publications is Signs of Belonging: Luther's Marks of the Church and the Christian Life, published by Augsburg Fortress in the Lutheran Voices series; and essays, "The Lord's Prayer: Empowerment for Living the Sermon on the Mount" (Word and World. 2002) and "Exegesis" (Lectionary Homiletics. 2002).

Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore

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The Insecure Tomb

Sunday March 23, 2008
The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore assures us that we are free from fear in the life giving and liberating love of the Risen Christ.

Radio by The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore

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Day 1 Podcast Extra-Hinkle Shore _ Lose

Friday March 28, 2008
In this podcast extra, the Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore of Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN, talks with host Peter Wallace about her beliefs and experiences regarding her spiritual journey, the Christian faith, seminary life, and other issues.