Professor Kendall Soulen will deliver our 10th annual John Paul II Lecture in Christian-Jewish relations: “Why Did God Choose the Jews? A Christian Reflection in Conversation With Jewish Thought.” This will take place in person and via Zoom.
Simple theological questions are often the hardest to answer. This lecture unpacks what the question means: what makes it so difficult for Christians to answer this in a satisfactory way; and what a satisfactory Christian answer might be that is informed by Jewish thought.
Kendall Soulen is professor of systematic theology at Emory University. He is president of the society for post-supersessionist theology and served as president of the American theological society in 2016. His most recent book is “Irrevocable: The Name of God and the Unity of the Christian Bible.“+ More... - Less...
Boston, MA 02467
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