Lisa P. Stephenson is an Associate Professor of Systematic Theology in the Department of Theology.
Since coming to Lee in the fall of 2007, Stephenson has taught introductory classes in Christian theology and ethics, upper level theology classes for department majors, and graduate seminars. She has been involved in RELG200 as both a lecturer and lab instructor, and is currently the Coordinator of this program. Recently, Stephenson and her husband led a study abroad trip to Cambridge for a semester. Her scholarly interests include theological anthropology, ecclesiology, and feminist theology. She has published a recent monograph with Brill entitled Dismantling the Dualisms for American Pentecostal Women in Ministry: A Feminist-Pneumatological Approach, which won the 2013 Pneuma Book Award. She has also published various essays in other edited volumes, and articles in Pneuma, Scottish Journal of Theology, Journal of Church and State, Religions, and Pax Pneuma.
Stephenson is originally from Georgia. She resides with her husband and daughters in Cleveland, TN. She enjoys the outdoors, traveling, and sports.