Rasmussen is Reinhold Niebuhr professor of social ethics at Union Theological Seminary, New York City, and author of Earth Community, Earth Ethics (Orbis Books, 1998); and Earth Habitat: Eco-Injustice and the Church’s Response (Augsburg Fortress, 2001). An ELCA lay theologian, his current work in Christian ethics includes analysis of power, methodological issues in Bible and ethics, and reflections on technology and ecology.
Articles by Larry Rasmussen:
- Troubled by stewardship
It's time to redefine our understanding, to refocus our actions
- More than a martyr
Through his words, Dietrich Bonhoeffer reveals his many facets
- What's next for the Reformation
As a living tradition, it could guide our care for the Earth
It's time to see what is, as it is from Bethlehem to New Orleans
- Sexuality: Are we missing another chance to be Lutheran?
- The American way and the ecological vision in the presence of fear 
- The American way in the presence of fear
What should we do to create security?