Welcome to our latest online symposium!
Over the course of the next many weeks we will be sharing the contributions of a number of academics who critically engage with the latest publication of Philip Ziegler, Militant Grace: The Apocalyptic Turn and the Future of Christian Theology.
Professor Ziegler is a personal chair in dogmatics at King’s College, University of Aberdeen (Scotland). Beyond teaching in the realms of theology and the philosophy of religion, Ziegler is also the chair of the committee overseeing the prestigious Gifford Lectures on natural theology, along with being the cofounder and cochair of the Theology and Apocalyptic network (with Douglas Harink).
He is also the author of Doing Theology When God is Forgotten: The Theological Achievement of Wolf Krötke (2006), and is the editor of a number of recent volumes, including The Oxford Handbook of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (2019) and Explorations in Christian Theology and Ethics: Essays in Conversation with Paul L. Lehmann (2009).
Throughout the course of this symposium, we will be hearing from:
This will be followed by a response from Professor Ziegler himself. Stay tuned for the first post!
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*Edit: All of the posts are now live!