The College’s lunchtime seminar series resumes next Tuesday with speaker Daniel Kirk.
Daniel is currently Associate Professor of New Testament in the School of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and a graduate of Duke Divinity School. He is the author of Unlocking Romans: Resurrection and the Justification of God (Eerdmans, 2008) and Jesus Have I Loved, But Paul? A Narrative Approach to the Problem of Pauline Christianity (Baker, 2012). His current research project delves into the human Christology of the Synoptic Gospels (Eerdmans, forthcoming). Daniel blogs regularly at Storied Theology.
All of the lectures are free to attend and all are welcome. They’ll be held in G2 and run from. 12.45-1.45pm.
Following Daniel Kirk’s 11 August presentation there’ll be a short break before we kick off again on 1 September with Gudrun Löewner talking about Interreligious Dialogue: Mogul Emperor Akbar to M.F. Hussain
Dr Gudrun Löewner is a German Lutheran Pastor. She has a PHD from Heidelberg University on Religion and Development in Sri Lanka and wrote a dissertation on a comparative study between the Christian and the Buddhist Engagement in development. She was the German embassy chaplain in New Delhi from 1998-2007. After teaching shortly at the Seminary in Wuppertal, Germany, she returned to India.
She is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Mission and Ecumenics at the United Theological College, and Chaplain to the German speaking congregation in Bangalore since 2011. In 2008 she received the Cross of Honour from the German Government for her outstanding contributions to the dialogue between Germany and India.
Her largest publication in English co-edited with Anand Amaladass is entitled, Christian Themes in Indian Art, Manohar New Delhi 2012. In 2014 she published an article on “Art and Architecture in Asia” in the 2014 published Oxford Handbook of Asian Theology, edited by Felix Wilfred.