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Carol Johnston studied at Kalamazoo College. She got a Bachelor of Arts.
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Carol Johnston studied at Union Theological Seminary. She got a Master of Divinity.
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Carol Johnston studied at Claremont Graduate University. He got a Doctor of Philosophy.
(Carol Johnston explores the value assumptions of Western ...)
Carol Johnston explores the value assumptions of Western economic theory, revealing what economists contributed and what opportunities were missed as the theory kept narrowing until only market decisions were considered and money became the only reality.
Carol Johnston attended Kalamazoo College, where she got a Bachelor of Arts in 1973. She also studied at Union Theological Seminary and received a Master of Divinity in 1978. Besides, Johnston graduated from the Claremont Graduate School (now Claremont Graduate University). She earned there a Doctor of Philosophy in 1994.
Carol Johnston was ordained in the Presbyterian Church. She served at the Seminary Field-Work of the Chambers Memorial Baptist Church East Harlem in 1973-1974, and, after it, she spent an intern year at the First Presbyterian Church in Delhi. She also served as a pulpit supply and director of the Senior Citizens Center at the Jan Hus Presbyterian Church in 1978-1979. From 1979 to 1983, Johnston held the position of chaplain and resident director at the Episcopal Camp and Conference Center. Then she spent a year as a teaching assistant at the Claremont School of Theology. Carol Johnston was an adjunct at the San Francisco Seminary in 1988 and a research theologian and visiting scholar at the Committee on Social Witness Policy of the Presbyterian Church in 1989-1990. In 1990 she started to work at the Lilly Endowment Fund as a consultant in 1990-1991 and evaluation coordinator for Lilly Endowment Religion Division in 1991-1996.
Since 1991, Carol Johnston serves at the Christian Theological Seminary. She taught Environmental Theology and Ethics in 1991-1996, was an assistant professor of Theology and Culture in 1996-2004, director of the Faith, Wealth, and Community, Leadership Project in 1996-2002, and a director of Lifelong Theological Education, starting with 2001. Beginning in 2004, Carol Johnston holds the position of associate professor of Theology and Culture. She has also taught adult-education courses in churches and lectured as far afield as Singapore on issues of economics and environment, justice, Bible and nature, and the public roles of churches.
Additionally, Carol Johnston is a writer. In 1977-1978 she was an editorial intern at Christianity and Crisis. Johnston is currently the author of The Wealth or Health of Nations: Transforming Capitalism From Within, a booklet on the Bible and ecology called And the Leaves of the Tree Are For the Healing of the Nations: Biblical and Theological Foundations for Ecojustice, and other works.
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