Professional writing, digital rhetoric, cultural rhetorics, religion and rhetoric
Trevor Sutton is a graduate student studying Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing at Michigan State University. He has published multiple pieces and made presentations on the topics of religion and rhetoric, the rhetoric of Martin Luther, Christian ecology, and Reformation history. He is interested in the intersection of religion and rhetoric and speaks on this topic as both an academic and Lutheran pastor.
Sutton, A. Trevor. Being Lutheran. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2016.
Sutton, A. Trevor. "Christ Coming to Us: Luther's Rhetoric of Location." Concordia Journal (2014): 285-291.