Seminar

The Logos Institute and Logia seminars take place most weeks during the semester, at 700-830 pm in St Mary’s Senior Common Room. They are accompanied by wine and cheese.



Semester 1 (2018-2019)

September 21: (LOGIA) – Alison Duncan Kerr, “Anthropopathism, God, and Affective Science”

September 28: Max Baker-Hytch, “Evil, Hiddenness, and Holism”

October 5: (LOGIA) – Christa McKirland, “The Need for Need: A Proposal for a Pneumatologically-Christocentric Anthropology”

October 12: Dennis Bray, “Richard of St. Victor’s Argument for the Trinity from Love

October 19: C. Stephen Evans, “Autonomy as a Virtue and a Vice”

October 26: Oliver Crisp, “Two Pictures of God”

November 2: (LOGIA) – Koert Verhagen, “Becoming a Disciple of the Counter Logos: Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Confrontational Christology and the Other”

November 9: Justin Duff, TBD

November 16: Judith Wolfe, ‘But Heidegger?!’

November 23: Jeremy Rios, ‘The Cosmological Self, the Modern Self, and the Reading of Scripture (Conceptions of self-identity, East and West)’

November 30: (LOGIA) – Jonathan Rutledge, TBD

 



Semester 2 (2017-2018)

8 February: (LOGIA Launch Month): Amy Peeler: ‘Gracious Power of the Father: God Revealed in the Story of Mary (Luke 2:21–52)’

15 February: Kathryn Tanner: ‘Nothing but the Present’

22 February: Alison Duncan Kerr: ‘Anthropopathism, God, and Affective Science’

8 March: John Walton: ‘A Worldview without “Nature” ’

15 March: Darren Sarisky: ‘Biblical Interpretation and Analytic Reflection’

22 March: Bruce Benson: ‘How to Avoid Apologizing’

29 March (LOGIA): Sarah Lane Ritchie: ‘Religious habit, human agency, and embodied belief: faith  formation in neurobiological and theological context’

5 April: Kevin Diller: ‘Participation Views of the Atonement’

12 April: Taylor Telford: ‘Is the Gospel Good News? – The Doctrine of Election and the Euangellion’

19 April: René van Woudenberg: ‘Reading as a Source of Knowledge’  

26 April (LOGIA): Kimberley Kroll: ‘Indwelling without an indwelling Holy Spirit: A response to Ray Yeo’

3 May: John Nagle: ‘The Role of Christian Theology in Environmental Law’

10 May: (LOGIA): Joanna Leidenhag: ‘Does Panpsychism invite theism? Panpsychism in Historical Theology, and Contemporary Philosophy’

17 May: Doug Campbell: TBD

31 May: Peter van Inwagen: TBD

7 June: Mike Rea: ‘The Ill-Made Knight and the Stain on the Soul’

14 June: Oliver Crisp: ‘The Trinity and Mystery’

21 June: Edward Meadors: ‘Isaiah, John, and the Gospels’ Parody of the Roman Road System: Imperial Theology Revisited’

28 June (LOGIA): Graydon Cress: ‘The Trinity is Not Our Gender Program’

 



Semester 1 (2017-2018)

21 September: Aaron Cotnoir: “Mutual Indwelling”

28 September: TJ Lang: “The Order of Christian Theology: Literal and Ecclesial Senses of the  New Testament”

5 October: Oliver Crisp: “Theosis and Participation”

12 October: Joshua Cockayne: “‘We-Thou: Liturgical worship as a collective act”

19 October: N.T. Wright: “The End of the World? Modern Confusions about Eschatology and Apocalyptic and their Theological Results”

26 October: Bill Tooman: “Translation: Remarks on the Disciplines and Responsibilities of the Study of Ancient Jewish Literature”

2 November: C. Stephen Evans: “Christology and Kenosis: A Case Study in Methodology for Analytical Theology”

9 November: Madhavi Nevader: “What’s YHWH Got to Do with it? What’s YHWH but a Second Hand Emotion”

14 November (TUESDAY): Dru Johnson: “Christian Philosophy and Analytic Theology as Biblically Sensitive Enterprises”

30 November: Phil Ziegler: “Bonhoeffer’s Evangelization of the Doctrine of God”

5 December (TUESDAY): Thomas Simpson, “John’s Epistemology of Testimony”

19 December (TUESDAY): Christa McKirland: “Embodiment, Edwards, and Knowledge” (a collaborative paper by Christa L. McKirland, Jason McMartin, and Timothy H. Pickavance).

 


 

Semester 1 (2016-2017)

5 October: C. Stephen Evans, “Kierkegaard on Faith, Doubt and Uncertainty.”

13 October: Christa McKirland, “The Image of God and Intersex Persons.”

27 October: Kimberley Kroll,  “Is Rationality Uniquely Intra-Personal or must Uniqueness Constrain Inter-Personal Rationality? An overview of Thomas Kelly’s Total Evidence View and the need for revision.”

3 November: Oliver Crisp, “Methodological Issues in Approaching the Atonement.”

10 November: Tim Mulgan, “Ananthropocentric Purposivism.”

24 November: Jonathan Rutledge, “Philosophical Arminianism.”

1 December: Sarah Broadie, “Classical Theism and Petitionary Prayer.”

6 December: Lydia Schumacher, “Theological Philosophy: Rethinking the Rationality of the Christian Faith.”

Semester 2 (2016-2017)

9 February: Dr. David Moffitt, “Serving in the Tabernacle in Heaven: Sacred Space, Jesus’s High-Priestly Sacrifice, and Hebrews’ Analogical Theology.”

16 February: Prof. Richard Bauckham, “Divine Identity Christology in the Gospel of Mark.”

23 February: Dr. David Moffitt, “Wilderness Identity and Pentateuchal Narrative: Distinguishing between Jesus’ Inauguration and Maintenance of the New Covenant in Hebrews.”

2 March: Dr. Elizabeth Shively, “The σῶμα and the Transformation of Persons in the Letter to the Romans.”

9 March: Prof. N.T. Wright, “Son of Man—Lord Also of the Temple?”

23 March: Dr Alexander Arnold, title tbc.

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