Robertson, C(harles) K(evin) 1964-
ROBERTSON, C(harles) K(evin) 1964-
PERSONAL: Born March 19, 1964, in El Paso, TX; son of Francis E. (an army officer) and Virginia M. (a homemaker; maiden name, Dunman) Robertson; married Ann Vinson (a homemaker); children: David F., Jonathan W. G., Abigail V. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, B.A., 1985; Virginia Theological Seminary,
M.Div., 1993; University of Durham, Ph.D., 1999. Religion: Episcopalian. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, travel, movies.
CAREER: Priest in charge of Episcopal church in Melbourne, FL, 1993-96; priest-in-residence at Church of England in Durham, England, 1996-99; St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Milledgeville, GA, pastor, 1999—. Georgia State University, professor of communications, 1999—; Virginia Theological Seminary, adjunct professor, 2003—. Oconee Regional Christian Ministers Alliance, member, 2001—. TENS, member of board of directors, 2001—; Film Clips, Inc., member of advisory board, 2002—; Center for Film-enhanced Education, director, 2003—. Faith and Values Network, panel member for weekly television series Day 1, broadcast by Hallmark Channel, 2002—.
MEMBER: Society of Biblical Literature, Popular Culture Association, Fellows Forum.
AWARDS, HONORS: Bell-Woolfal fellow, Virginia Theological Seminary, 1996; Muntz fellow, Episcopal Church Foundation, 1998; named honors professor, Phi Kappa Phi, 2000.
The Kerygma of Billy Graham, Worldwide Press, 1987.
Conflict in Corinth: Redefining the System, Peter Lang Publishing (New York, NY), 2001.
Religion as Entertainment, Peter Lang Publishing (New York, NY), 2002.
(Editor) Religion and Alcohol: Sobering Thoughts, Peter Lang Publishing (New York, NY), 2004. (Editor) Religion and Sexuality: Compromising Positions, Peter Lang Publishing (New York, NY), 2004.
Author of booklet, "Barnabas: A Model for Holistic Stewardship," TENS Publishing, 2003. Contributor to books, including Religion and Science Fiction, edited by J. McGrath, 2004. Contributor to periodicals, including Anglican Theological Review, Networking, and Living Church.
SIDELIGHTS: C. K. Robertson told CA: "As a priest and communications professor/consultant, I find great pleasure in bridging these two worlds, exploring how religious belief interacts with popular culture, both in present-day culture and in the ancient world. I find great energy in moving between a work entirely of my own as author and an edited work, where I can benefit from the wisdom and experience of others. I also love to bridge the worlds of writing and speaking/consulting, as my research gives foundational support to my work with people, which, I hope, in turn energizes me and infuses my writing with a sense of relevance."
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