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Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Tenured Professor of English

Syracuse University

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Syracuse University

222 Waverly Avenue

Syracuse, New York,13244

United States

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Tenured Associate Professor

Centre for Women's Studies in Education


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Geneva College

Board of Trustees

Unitarian Universalist Church



Ph. D.

Ohio University


English Literature

Ohio State University

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Coming Out of a Homosexual Feminist Worldview - Ep. 1 - Michael Easley inContext [cached]

Rosaria is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University.
After her conversion to Christianity in 1999, she developed a ministry to college students. She has taught and ministered at Geneva College and is a full-time mother and pastor's wife, part-time author, and occasional speaker. For more information about Rosaria, click here. Click to read Transcript EASLEY: At the end of the broadcast we'll hear from Rosaria Butterfield, a former ten year professor of English from Syracuse University. Let's join Rosaria as she begins to tell us her story. Butterfield: My Christian life unfolded as I was living my life, my normal life, and in the normal course of life questions emerged that exceeded my secular feminist world view. "Rosaria," she said, "I was a Presbyterian Minister for fifteen years. Unfortunately, that pride has consequences and as Dr. Butterfield tells us her story at the end of it all, is not our sin an issue of pride? So cool to find this unexpected interview when I had just finished reading from Tabletalk magazine an interview piece on Dr. Butterfield during my leisurely Saturday reading and meditation day. Was headed to Michael's site to check out what I may have missed lately after enjoying the 'identity' discussions just recently. The first thing I see is this interview with Butterfield. I had just told myself not to order her book because I need to stop buying books I have little time to read. Pingback: Interview with Rosaria Butterfield - Part 2 - Michael Easley inContext()

Review: Authors on same-sex attraction, faith [cached]

Rosaria Champagne Butterfield.
Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert An English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith. Pittsburgh: Crown & Covenant, 2012. 154 pages. $12. Like the other books, "Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith" is directly related to the author's struggle with homosexuality and living as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Rosaria Champagne Butterfield was a tenured professor of English at Syracuse University. An open lesbian and gay activist, she was doing research for a book she was writing about the "religious right," when she met a Christian minister who began to turn her thoughts and heart toward Christ. She describes her conversion as a "train wreck" that destroyed her life as she knew it. Butterfield's entrancing writing style and relatable experiences offer the reader many ways to connect with her story. She relentlessly stresses the cost of discipleship. She writes, "I learned the first rule of repentance is that it requires greater intimacy with God than with our sin." As she writes a few decades after her conversion, she is now a Christian mother, and the wife of a minister. There are some minor detractions for me in the book. She speaks derisively, by name, of a few other Christian authors by singling out a small component of their entire body of work with which she disagrees, which seems unnecessary to her overall point.

Recommended Books » Heelcatcher [cached]

Rosaria, aka Dr. Champagne, was a professor of English Literature at Syracuse University, a teacher in the Center for Women's Studies, and an avowed lesbian activist.
She ridiculed...and feared the same time. As Rosaria began to read and hear God's Word, she was "forced to see pride and not sexual orientation as the root sin." Today, Rosaria Champagne Butterfield is married to a Reformed Presbyterian pastor in North Carolina. They have several adopted foster children that Rosaria homeschools in classical education. I am sure if I met Rosaria today, I would have no idea of the past that she has come from.

Seen & Heard Archives | Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals [cached]

This week on Theology on the Go, our host, Dr. Jonathan Master, is joined by Dr. Rosaria Champagne Butterfield.
Dr. Butterfield is a former tenured professor of English and women's studies at Syracuse University, converted to Christ in 1999 in what she describes as a train wreck.

Are You Ready to Give an Answer? - [cached]

Rosaria Butterfield was Professor of English at a Syracuse University in the United States.
Rosaria was intellectual, fiercely anti-Christian, and in a lesbian relationship for many years. And then she met some Christians: Christians who loved her and welcomed her into their lives. And Ken Smith and his wife continued to minister to Rosaria. And Rosaria Butterfield put her faith in Jesus.

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