April 17, 2014 / Theology
This article discusses the purity culture of the Southern Baptist Church and its potential ramifications upon women’s self-identifying sexuality.
Kristen Nielsen Donnelly is currently a final-year PhD candidate in sociology of religion at Queen’s University Belfast. Hailing originally from Philadelphia, her main research interest is the intersection between religion, faith, and gender. Donnelly currently lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland, with her husband, John, and can be best contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.