About the Author
After twenty-two years of church ministry, as a director of music and artistic ministries, Ms. Wimmer resigned from leadership within the institutional model of church organization. Shortly thereafter, from 1996 to 2000, Ms. Wimmer experienced an intense time of spiritual instruction. The inspired insights opened the door to fresh theological perspectives in three areas of human concern: time, language, and the organization of God’s people.
Believing that personal insight must be grounded in credible evidence, Ms. Wimmer entered into full-time biblical research which culminated in the presentation of several academic papers within the Society of Biblical Literature. She believes that the information, poured into her vessel many years ago, has the power to reorient the focus of the church of tomorrow. Therefore, Ms. Wimmer writes from a futuristic and visionary perspective. She joyfully shares the inspired perceptions in an effort to sow seeds in humanity’s spiritual garden.
Ms. Wimmer lives in Tulsa, OK with her husband of forty-five years. In their free time, she and her husband enjoy gardening, carpentry, interior design, and renovating old or neglected houses. Together, they have two children and three grandchildren. Ms. Wimmer participates in the Christian Unity Discussion Group and Inter-faith opportunities sponsored by Tulsa Metropolitan Ministries.
Wimmer, C.S., The Clock – A Timekeeping Tool for the Church of Tomorrow, Bloomington, Indiana, WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan, 2015
Wimmer, C.S., The Net – An Organizational Vision for the Church of Tomorrow, Bloomington, Indiana, WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan, 2014
Wimmer, Carol S., Prismatic Theology, The Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religion, New York London; Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg, 2012
Poem: When I say I am a Christian, ©1988 Carol Wimmer
Academic Presentations in the Society of Biblical Literature
2010 Central States Regional Meeting SBL
Hebrew Bible Session
Coloring Mythology—Using the Visible Spectrum as a Structural Foundation for Genesis 1
2009 New Orleans Annual Meeting SBL
Genesis One—A Prismatic Perspective
2008 Pacific Northwest Regional Meeting SBL
Inter-religious Dialogue / Natural Sciences Session
The Myth and Its Method—Unpacking the Prism in Genesis 1
2007 Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting SBL
Hebrew Bible Session
Time between Timelessness—An Ancient Paradox Long Forgotten