Division of Humanities

Robert Stivers

Religion Department

Robert Stivers - Religion Department
  • Professional
  • Personal

Education

  • Ph.D., Columbia University, 1973
  • M.Div., Union Theological Seminary, 1969
  • B.A. , Yale University, 1964

Books

  • Christian Ethics: A Case Method Approach co-authored with Christine E. Gudorf, Robert A. Evans and Alice Frazer Evans - 3rd Edition, (Orbis Books, 2005) : View Book
  • Resistance and Theological Ethics co-edited with Ronald H. Stone, (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2004) : View Book
  • Christian Environmental Ethics: A Case Method Approach co-authored with James B. Martin-Schramm, (Orbis Books, 2003) : View Book
  • Christian Ethics: A Case Method Approach co-authored with Christine E. Gudorf, Robert A. Evans and Alice Frazer Evans - 2nd Edition, (Orbis Books, 1994) : View Book
  • Christian Ethics: A Case Method Approach co-authored with Christine E. Gudorf, Robert A. Evans and Alice Frazer Evans, (Orbis Books, 1990) : View Book
  • Reformed Faith and Economics, (University Press Of America, 1989) : View Book
  • The Public Vocation of Christian Ethics co-edited with Beverly Wildung Harrison and Ronald H. Stone, (Pilgrim Press , 1987) : View Book
  • The sustainable society: Ethics and economic growth, (Westminster Press, 1976) : View Book

Accolades

  • PLU Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievements in Teaching, Scholarship, and Service - 1989

Biography

Bob Stivers, Professor Emeritus of Religion at Pacific 
Lutheran University, has served thirty seven years as a teacher of
 Christian ethics. His specialty is environmental ethics. He has authored
 or co-authored eight books. He is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian
 Church and has written several social policy statements for his
 denomination.