Edith Humphrey is the William F. Orr Professor of New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Edith has her own website with resources and information about her work.
Atonement: New Testament Perspectives, Fall 2000
It's Not About Us, Christianity Today, April 2001
On Doorframes, Open Doors & Doorkeepers, Augustine College, Sept 2001.
To Sing Is A Lover's Thing, Installation as Professor of NT, Dec 2005.
The High, The Deep & The Domestic: Anglican Verse & The Voice of God's People, Wycliffe College, Mar 2005 [PDF with pictures]
Lest We Forget the Innocent, Aug 2003
What Constitutes A Faithful Reading of Scripture?, New Westminster Dialogue Paper 1
What Is Disordered Sexuality?, New Westminster Dialogue Paper 2
How Is Sexuality Understood in Scripture, Tradition & Contemporary Theology?, New Westminster Dialogue Paper 3
What Would It Mean For The Church to Bless Same-Sex Unions?, New Westminster Dialogue Paper 4
The New Testament Speaks on Same-Sex Eroticism, NEAC, Sept 2003
What God Hath Not Joined: Why Marriage was Meant for Male & Female, Christianity Today, Sept 2004
Whither the Windsor Report?, Feb 2005
Book Reviews by Humphrey
Borg, The God We Never Knew, Nov 1998
deSilva, Introducting the Apocrypha, RBL, 2003
Borg & Wright, The Meaning of Jesus, June 2004
Brock, Mary Magdalene, RBL, 2004