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Max Stackhouse

Professor of Theology, Princeton University

Max L. Stackhouse (July 29, 1935 – January 30, 2016) is Princeton Theological Seminary's Rimmer and Ruth de Vries Professor of Reformed Theology and Public Life.

He also chairs the Seminary's Religion and Society program. He is ordained in the United Church of Christ and is president of the Berkshire Institute for Theology and the Arts.

Mr. Stackhouse specializes in theological ethics and social life, Christianity and the ethics of the world religions, and public theology and the mission of the churches.

He teaches courses on the place of faith in educational life, the theological implications of the arts, religion and journalism, and theology in relation to the environment.

Articles by Max Stackhouse

Max Weber: A Modern-Day Globalization Guru? (Part V)

How can Max Weber help us understand the role religion plays in globalization?

April 8, 2010

Religion as a Globalizing Force (Part IV)

In what ways was religion the first force that helped to globalize the world?

April 7, 2010

When Corporations Get Religion (Part III)

How have corporations taken on the role traditionally played by religion?

April 6, 2010

Globalization as a Massive Civilizational Shift (Part II)

How does globalization foster innovative global patterns of life and more complex identities?

April 5, 2010

A Protestant View of Globalization (Part I)

What prevents many Christians from developing a theological perspective on today's globalized world?

April 2, 2010