Susan Wessel (BA, Smith College; JD, MTS, Harvard University; STM, Union Theological Seminary in New York; PhD, Columbia University) is Professor of Church History and Historical Theology and the area director of Church History. She has published widely in the fields of early Christianity and Patristics on such topics as compassion, the passions and the emotions, moral ethics, memory, forgery, and the formation of doctrine.
The author of Passion and Compassion in Early Christianity, Dr. Wessel is currently working on the phenomenon of healing in the early Christian world.
Passion and Compassion in Early Christianity
Passion and Compassion in Early ChristianityLearn More
Leo the Great and the Spiritual Rebuilding of a Universal Rome
Leo the Great and the Spiritual Rebuilding of a Universal RomeLearn More
Cyril of Alexandria and the Nestorian Controversy
Cyril of Alexandria and the Nestorian Controversy: The Making of a Saint and of a HereticLearn More