Craig Uffman became the tenth rector of St Thomas' Episcopal Church of Rochester, NY in September of 2010. He is a third year PhD student at Durham University (UK). His primary concentration is theology and ethics. His research is on the virtue ethics of Richard Hooker, in conversation with the ecclesial ethics of Stanley Hauerwas and Sam Wells. Craig writes at A Pilgrim's Journal (www.craiguffman.com) and blogs more briefly on Twitter.Craig is a graduate of the Duke Divinity School, Duke University, in Durham, North Carolina and the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. He served in the US Navy as a nuclear submarine officer before beginning a business career. Craig served as president of a high technology company in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for several years, and is the author of a book on small business lending in the credit union industry. Craig and his wife are the parents of three children. Craig is a triathlete and marathoner who enjoys running, cycling, swimming, backpacking, and kayaking.
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