Lynn Cohick, PhD
Lynn H. Cohick (PhD, University of Pennsylvania) is Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Director of Houston Theological Seminary at Houston Christian University. She is a well-respected scholar and highly sought-after speaker who has authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited over fifty works. Dr. Cohick has delivered a keynote address in the main concert hall of the Sydney Opera House, and she has preached a Sunday morning service in a Masai mud hut in the Rift Valley near Mai Mahu (Kenya). She enjoys speaking and teaching on New Testament topics and women in the church and exploring issues on the historical relationship between Jews and Christians.
The Visual Museum of Women in Christianity brings you their 2024 symposium on March 11 – 12 in Houston, TX. Join us for an exploration of reading visual theology, mining art to uncover and understand the stories of women serving in the church.
Visual Museum of Women in Christianity
Explore a visual history of women in Christianity. The purpose of this collaborative project is to create a curated, permanent visual exhibit of women in the history, ministry, and piety of early, Byzantine, and medieval Christianity that will be available online for researchers, educators, and interested laypersons.
Alabaster Jar Podcast
The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. Dr. Lynn Cohick pours out her wisdom from years in ministry and academia to inspire women to continue advancing God’s mission in the world. Episodes are also available on popular podcast platforms.
Lynn’s books include: The Letter to the Ephesians in NICNT (2020); Christian Women in the Patristic World: Their Influence, Authority, and Legacy in the Second through the Fifth Centuries (co-authored with Amy Brown Hughes (2017); Philippians in the Story of God Commentary (2013); Ephesians in New Covenant Commentary (2010);
Upcoming events include:
Willis-Addis Lecture “What You Have Said is True”
Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University
13 February 2024
Twin Lakes Church
13 April 2024
Kerygma 2024 Summit
Church of the City
25-27 April 2024