KATY WEHR IS A MUSICIAN BASED IN MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA
She was born and raised in Minnesota but over the last seven years has been away almost as much as she has been home. She has roamed the world - living in Vancouver, Canada, Sidney, Australia and Cambridge, England - and lugged her guitar along with her everywhere she went. Now back from the UK, she is working at her church and at a university, and is getting the urge to write more music. So stay tuned...
THE TWO CDs
Katy has two CDs's:In Others' Words (2008) and The Smell of Rain (2005). Both feature Katy's striking, clear voice and folk instrumentation - one with a Celtic flavor and one that leans toward Americana. Just click the link at left to buy one through CDBaby, or search for it on iTunes, Amazon and other online music retailers.
Singleness and the Early Church; Encouragement for Living the Single Life in Christ Today.
Grove Books - Spirituality Series, Forthcoming December 2012.
2012 MA Dissertation Prize Runner-Up - British and Irish Association for Practical Theology:
Patristic and Contemporary Evangelical Visions of the Celibate Life.
"Virginity, Singleness and Celibacy; Late Fourth Century and Recent Evangelical Visions of Unmarried Christians" Theology and Sexuality, Forthcoming [17,1] 2012.
"A Pilgrimage Together" with Brittany Bump. Presence; An International Journal of Spiritual Direction, Forthcoming 2012.
"Notes and Comments: The Orthodox Bioethics of Cremation" St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly [55, 4] 2011.
"Understanding Ritual Purity and Sin in the Churching of Women; From Ontological to Pedagogical to Eschatological" St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly [55, 1] 2011.
"The Orthodox Bioethics of Cremation" At orthodoxytoday.org.
"The Churching of Women"At orthodoxytoday.org.
Book Note of Redeeming Singleness; How the Storyline of Scripture Affirms the Single Life by Barry Danylak. MacLaurin Institute Blog.
Book Review of Redeeming Singleness; How the Storyline of Scripture Affirms the Single Life by Barry Danylak. Anvil Journal [27, 1] 2011.
Book Review of A Wild Constraint: The Case for Chastity by Jenny Taylor. Anvil Journal [26, 3-4] 2009.
Katy Wehr also publishes scholarly and popular writing under her full name, Kathryn Wehr.