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The University of Chicago Theology Workshop provides a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of meaning and religious discourse and practice. Papers are welcome from many perspectives (literary, historical, philosophical, etc.) that relate to this subject, which will be focused each quarter by a theme for conversation. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with questions, comments, and potential paper titles.
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
On Tuesday April 5, the Theology Workshop will welcome Professor Willemien Otten to discuss her recent essay: “Creation and Epiphanic Incarnation. Reflections on the Future of Natural Theology from an Eriugenian-Emersonian Perspective” Josh Daniel will respond. If you would like a copy of … Continue reading
On Tuesday March 29, Kevin Vanhoozer from Wheaton College will discuss a chapter from his recent book Remythologizing Theology, entitled: “Impassible Compassion? From Divine Pathos to Divine Patience” The paper should be read before coming to the Workshop. David Newhesier … Continue reading
On Friday March 18, the Theology Workshop will gather in S400 at 12:00 to discuss Prof. Marius Timmann Mjaaland’s article: “Immorality: Luther on Futility, Pride, and Deception” Lunch will also be served.
On Tuesday March 8, the Theology Workshop will gather in S200 at 4:30 to discuss a draft of chapter of Ryan Coyne’s upcoming manuscript entitled: “The End of Care: Carelessness and Temporality in the Late Heidegger” Daniel Schultz will respond.