January 26, 2022 / Theology
Samuel J. Youngs explores sin and traumatization with Jürgen Moltmann.
Samuel J. Youngs serves as an associate professor of Christian studies at Bryan College and adjunct professor of theology and church history at Richmont Graduate University. He completed his PhD under Paul Janz and Oliver Davies at King’s College London. His first book, The Way of the Kenotic Christ, was a major English monograph on the Christology of Jürgen Moltmann, and he has published on interreligious topics, theology and psychology, the thought of Martin Luther, the Old Saxon Heliand, natural theology, narrative pedagogy, kenosis, and staurology.