April 22, 2020 / Theology
Megan Anna Neff recasts of our relationship to time using Martin Buber’s I/Thou and I/It framework.
Megan Anna Neff holds an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary and a MPsych from George Fox University where she is currently a doctoral candidate. Neff’s research interests include the integration of Christian theology and psychology, twenty-first-century pedagogy, intersubjectivity, and existential philosophy. She enjoys curating digital resources on these topics at meganannaneff.org. Her book, Embodying Integration: A Fresh Look at Christianity in the Therapy Room, was recently published by IVP Academic.