Marva Dawn

Theologian and musician Marva Dawn serves as Teaching Fellow in Spiritual Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, BC. She is the author of Is It A Lost Cause: Having the Heart of God for the Church's Children and Sexual Character: Beyond Technique to Intimacy. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame, her Th.M. from Pacific Lutheran, her M.A. and M.Div. from Western Evangelical, and her B.A. from Concordia.


Volume 38

Guests on Volume 38: Craig Gay, on how modern culture encourages atheism; Alvin Kernan, on why the academy can't afford to be too democratic; Erik Davis, on myth, magic, and mysticism in the age of information; Marva Dawn, on teaching children about being the Church; Wendy Shalit, on the lost virtue of female modesty; Marva Dawn, on sexual education and the Church's children; Leon Podles, on why men are often alienated from Christianity; and Dan Blazer, on the incomplete conversation between psychiatry and Christianity.