Casey Flynn is a doctoral student of religion at Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver. He has a background in theological studies, social work, and geography.

Casey’s work focuses on the structures of the mind or self that lead us to do harm, and how religious practice can undo or unravel those structures. The theory and method that he engages with lies at the intersection of religion, philosophy and psychology.

Born and raised in New York, Casey moved to Colorado 15 years ago and lived in Vail and Boulder before settling in Denver. He enjoys spending time in the mountains throughout the seasons, being with his wife and pets, spending time with friends and family, and cooking and eating food.