Honorary Research Fellow
PhD, BD, DipTchg, BMus
Sarah Harris has lectured at Carey in New Testament Studies and taught a wide range of New Testament course in both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is now a Carey Honorary Research Fellow. Her academic and research interests are the Gospel of Luke, feminist studies and Gospel studies.
Sarah is an ordained Anglican priest and has a background in both teaching and music.
“I love how, at Carey, students grow their faith deeper as they learn to open the scriptures and read with intelligence and committed discipleship.”
- Introduction to the New Testament
- Gospels: Luke
- Gospels: John
- Gospel of Luke
- Narrative Methodology
- Leadership motifs in the New Testament
- Gospel women
- Harris, Sarah. “Paul and Pastors in Philippians: When Staff Teams Disagree.” Pages 95-108 in Paul as Pastor. Edited by Brian S. Rosner, Andrew S. Malone and Trevor J. Burke. London: T & T Clark, 2018.
- Harris, Sarah. “Letting (H)Anna Speak: An Intertextual Reading of the New Testament Prophetess (Luke 2:36-38).” Feminist Theology 27.1 (2018): 60-74.
- Harris, Sarah. The Davidic Shepherd King in the Lukan Narrative. Library of New Testament Studies. London: T & T Clark, 2016.
- Harris, Sarah. “Gifted and Called: What does the Bible tell us about the women who walked with Jesus?” New Zealand Baptist 132.5 (2016): 29-31.
- Harris, Sarah. “Through the Biblical Lens.” Pages 13-27 in Doing Integrative Theology: World, Word, and Work in Conversation. Edited by Philip Halstead and Myk Habets. Auckland: Archer Press, 2015.
- Harris, Sarah. “Childhood Norms: Comparing Childhoods in first century Nazareth with today.” New Zealand Baptist 132.4 (2016): 23-26.
- Harris, Sarah. Book Review: Edward Adams, The Earliest Christian Meeting Places: Almost Exclusively Houses? PJBR 10.1 (2015): 41-43.
- Harris, Sarah. Book review: Susan Mathew, Women in the Greetings of Romans 16:1-16: A Study of Mutuality and Women’s Ministry in the Letter of Romans. PJBR 10.1 (2015): 52-54.
- Harris, Sarah. Book Review: Lis Goddard et. al., Awesome Voices: God Working Through Ordained Women Today. PJBR 10.1 (2015): 46-48.
- University of Otago Postgraduate Scholarship (2009-2011)
- Te Kotahitanga Scholarship (2009-2011)
- Vaughan Park Scholarship – Scholar in Residence (2009)
- Janet Hancock Scholarship (2010)