The Common Good

Kimberly Dawn Russaw

Kimberly Dawn Russaw is a doctoral candidate at Vanderbilt University studying the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel.  She is an active member of both the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Academy of Religion, and has presented and published in numerous scholarly and ecclesial contexts.

Blog Posts by Kimberly Dawn Russaw

Posted by Kimberly Dawn Russaw 12 weeks 6 days ago
On any given Saturday, people join Habitat for Humanity teams and commit to work to help eradicate poverty housing.  The individual volunteers give of their time, energy and physical ability...
Posted by Kimberly Dawn Russaw 42 weeks 13 hours ago
When confronted with the uncomfortable presence of so many relegated to the social margins of our society, we tend to shrink inward lest the enormity of life’s injustices overwhelm us. When we...
Posted by Kimberly Dawn Russaw 1 year 34 weeks ago
Twenty-first century readers of the Scriptures are likely uncomfortable with the book of Lamentations and its stories of weeping, groaning, and grieving. But, the act of lamenting is not unique to...