Graduate Student Publications and Presentations, 2011-2012

 

Andy Alexis-Baker. "Violence, Nonviolence and the Temple Incident in John 2:13–15." Biblical Interpretation 19 (2011): 1–24.

Andy Alexis-Baker. "Theology Is Ethics: How Karl Barth Sees the Good Life," Scottish Journal of Theology 64, no. 4 (2011): 425–38.

Andy Alexis-Baker. "Anabaptist Use of Patristic Literature and Creeds," Mennonite Quarterly Review 85, no. 3 (2011): 477–504.

Andy Alexis-Baker. "Just Policing: An Ellulian Critique," The Ellul Forum 48 (Fall, 2011): 12-18.

Phillip Anderas. "Pfarrer Martin at Oxford: An Anglo-Lutheran Proposal," Nashotah House Conference on Justification in Anglicanism, April 2012.

Phillip Anderas. "Baptism's Threefold Grace in Augustine's Works contra Iulianum," North American Patristics Society, Chicago, May 2012.

Jeremy Blackwood. “Elements of a Methodical Understanding of Eastern Christian Mysticism,” Irish Theological Quarterly 76, no. 4 (2011): 339-356.

Jeremy Blackwood. "Sanctifying Grace, Elevation, and the Fifth Level of Consciousness,” Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, n.s. 2, no. 2 (2011): 143–161.

Christopher Brenna. “The Ecological Vision of the Green Patriarch,” at the Fourth Annual Student Symposium on Science and Spirituality, which was presented by the Religion and Science Student Society of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science, October 21, 2011.

Jason Gehrke. “Legitimacy and the Secular: The Anatomy of an Objective in Counterinsurgency” at the 2012 Virginia Graduate Colloquium on Theology, Ethics and Culture, “Democratic Piety? Theology and Ethics in a Post-Secular Age,” University of Virginia, April 14, 2012.

Kirsten Guidero. “Eating Our Way to Holiness: Anglican Resources for Agricultural Ethics,” at the Fourth Annual Student Symposium on Science and Spirituality, which was presented by the Religion and Science Student Society of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science, October 21, 2011.

Darren Henson. "Considerations and Conversations for End-of-Life Issues," St. Mary the Annunciation Parish, Mundelein, IL, May 10, 2012.

Darren Henson. "Can Only Theology Save Medicine?" at the University of Chicago's Inaugural Conference of Medicine and Religion, May 25, 2012.

Darren Henson."Toward A Theology of Palliative Care: Faith, Reason, Praxis, and Love," Audio Conference sponsored by Ministry Health Care, a Catholic healthcare system in Wisconsin, June 18, 2012.

Darren Henson. "The Roots of Palliative Care: Modern & Biblical," Ministry Health Care Conference on Palliative Care, Wausau, WI, August 23, 2012.

Andrew Kuzma. “A Return to Medieval Piety: A Response to Factory Farming from Saint Bonaventure,” at the Fourth Annual Student Symposium on Science and Spirituality, which was presented by the Religion and Science Student Society of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science, October 21, 2011.

Nathan Lunsford. “Augustine, the Martyrs, and the Fear of Death,” North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, May 25, 2012.

Nathan Lunsford. “A Fruitful Clash: The Hellenistic Roots of the Martyrs’ Portrait in 2 Maccabees,” Upper-Midwest SBL & AAR Regional Meeting, March 30, 2012.

Jonathan Morgan. "A Radiant Theology: The Concept of Divine Light in Pseudo-Dionysius" in Greek Orthodox Theological Review 56 (2010)

Jonathan Morgan. "Obedience in Egyptian Monasticism According to John Cassian" in St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 50, no. 3 (2011).

Kellen Plaxco. “Didymus the Blind and the Metaphysics of Participation,” at the 16th International Patristics Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, England, August 2011.

Kellen Plaxco, “Revisiting the Trinitarian Writings of Didymus the Blind?” North American Patristics Society Annual Conference, May 2012, Chicago, IL.

Lincoln Rice. “The Pluralistic Vision of the Catholic Worker: Michael Baxter’s Glaring Omission,” Journal of Religion, Identity, and Politics 1, no. 1 (January 2012), http://ripjournal.org/2011/the-pluralistic-vision-of-the-catholic-worker-michael-baxters-glaring-omission-2/.

Jakob Rinderknecht. "Discovering the Common Life: The Liturgy of the Hours in Lutheran Religious Communities,” American Benedictine Review 62:3 (September 2011): 242-264.

Jason Roberts. “Dust, Breath, and Blood: The Image and Likeness of God as a Product of Nature,” at the Fourth Annual Student Symposium on Science and Spirituality, which was presented by the Religion and Science Student Society of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science, October 21, 2011.

Jason Scully, "Angelic Pneumatology in the Egyptian Desert: The Role of the Angels and the Holy Spirit in Evagrian Asceticism." Journal of Early ChristianStudies 19.2 (2011): 287-305.

Jason Scully, “The Transmission of Evagrian Theological Concepts into East Syrian Christianity: A Comparison of Evagrius and Sahdona on Contemplation and Anthropology,” Greek Orthodox Theological Review 54:1-4 (2009): 77-96 (Distributed 2011).

Jason Scully. “Babai the Great's Exegesis of Paul as Corrective to Evagrian Eschatology,” Society of Biblical Literature, San Francisco, November 2011.

Jason Scully. ”Bonaventure's Use of Jerusalem as Metaphor for Protological and Eschatological Human Nature,” Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Conference, Villanova, October 2011.

Lisa P. Stephenson. Dismantling the Dualisms for American Pentecostal Women in Ministry: A Feminist-Pneumatological Approach (Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies 9; Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2011).

Eric Szatkowski. "The Dark Side of Digital Technology: The Internet, Cell Phones, and Social Media" for Calvary Lutheran, Thiensville, WI, September 20, 2011, Fox Valley Luthern High School and Parent Association, Appleton, WI, September 21, 2011, Dominican High School and Parents Association, Whitefish Bay, WI, October 12, 2011, Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Milwaukee, WI, October 17, 2011, and St. Laurence Catholic Parish, Sugarland, Texas, November 9, 2011.

 

 

 


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