Lindsey Trozzo works as Associate Director of Digital Learning at Princeton Theological Seminary and has a Ph.D. in New Testament from Baylor University.
She specializes in rhetorical approaches to ancient literature, especially biblical literature. She is fascinated by the way readers find and make meaning in and through texts and is interested in the practical effects that biblical interpretation has for people of faith in the world today, particularly those who have been ostracized or oppressed because of certain readings of the Bible.
She is an Associate Member of Kingston United Methodist Church and a candidate for ordination in the Alliance of Baptists. In her spare time, you likely find her walking her pups, sipping coffee, or enjoying time with friends around a table of delicious food.
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