Chanelle Robinson is a Doctoral Candidate in Systematic Theology at Boston College, with a minor in Comparative Theology. Her dissertation explores decolonial and womanist approaches to theological anthropology. Originally from Canada, Chanelle earned a Master of Teaching and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the University of Toronto. Chanelle is the recipient of Doctoral Fellowships through the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and the Louisville Institute.
What happens when humanity confuses the things of God and the things of the emperor? If human greed interchanges the dignity of the planet with the pursuit of the coin, do we lose sight of what belongs to God and what belongs to the empire?VIEW