Tripp York is the author/editor of nine books including, The Devil Wears Nada, Third Way Allegiance and A Faith Not Worth Fighting For. He taught for five years at Elon University and for two years at Western Kentucky University. A native of North Carolina, Tripp has recently moved 'closer to home' where he is enjoying surfing and serving as a Keeper's Aide at the Virginia Zoological Park in Norfolk, VA.
Volume I: A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions About Christian Nonviolence, co-edited with Justin Barringer, Cascade Books, (June, 2012).
Volume II: A Faith Embracing All Creatures: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions about Christian Care for Animals, co-edited with Andy Alexis-Baker, Cascade Books, (Forthcoming, October, 2012).
Volume III: A Faith Encompassing All of Creation: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions About Christian Care of the Environment, co-edited with Andy Alexis-Baker, Cascade Books, (Forthcoming, 2013).
The Devil Wears Nada, Cascade Books, (September, 2011).
Third-Way Allegiance: Christianity in the Shadow of Religious Empire, Cascadia Publishing, (July, 2011).
The Gift of Difference: Radical Orthodoxy and the Radical Reformation, co-edited with Chris K. Huebner, CMU Press, (July, 2010).
Donkeys and Kings, Resource Publications (January, 2010).
Living on Hope While Living in Babylon: The Christian Anarchists of the 20th Century, Wipf & Stock Press, (May, 2009).
Anesthesia: A Brief Reflection on Contemporary Aesthetics, Seaburn Press, (October, 2008).
The Purple Crown: The Politics of Martyrdom, Herald Press, (November, 2007).
Co-authored, with D. Stephen Long and Nancey Ruth Fox, A Calculated Future: Theology, Ethics, and Economics, Baylor University Press, (November, 2007).
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RELST113*01 Intro to Religious Studies
RELST253*01 Tpc:Martyrdom,Violence& Jesus
RELST353*01 Tpc:Martyrdom,Violence& Jesus
RELST253*01 Tpcs: Christianity & Soc Just
RELST353*01 Tpcs: Christianity & Soc Just