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Learn more about our previous Craigie lecturers

Submitted by darmstro on Tue, 07/04/2017 - 3:45pm

Learn more about our previous Craigie lecturers

Year Lecturer Lecture Title Explore Listen
2016 Paul Spilsbury
(Regent College)
Flavius Josephus, the Zealots, and Jewish Theocracy Read more »
2014 John G. Stackhouse Jr.
(University of British Columbia) 
Putting God in His Place: Does Theology Belong at the University? Read more »
2013 Daniel K. Falk
(University of Oregon)
Singing With Angels: Prayer in the Dead Sea Scrolls Read more »
2012 Vasudha Narayanan
(University of Florida)
From Cambodia to Canada: The Construction of Global Hindu Traditions Read more »
2011 Zayn Kassam
(Pomona College)
Muslim Women and the Jihad for Gender Justice Read more »
2010 Jeremy Begbie
(Duke Divinity School)
The Sound of Freedom: Music of Liberation Read more »
2009 Uwe Siemon-Netto
(Center for Lutheran Theology and Public Life)
Voters as Priests – The Lutheran Paradox
2008 J. Glen Taylor 
(Wycliffe College)
The Book of Psalms and Jesus as the Suffering Messiah
2007 Robin Margaret Jensen
(Vanderbilt U. Divinity School)
The Face of Christ: The Visible Image of the Invisible God
2006 Elliot R. Wolfson
(New York University)
Envisioning the Invisible: The Mystical Quest to See God in Judaism Read more »
2005 J. Richard Middleton
(Roberts Wesleyan Coll.)
Does God Come to Praise Job or to Bury Him?
2004 George Brooke
(Manchester)
The Dead Sea Scrolls in the Twenty-First Century
2003 Steven Wasserstrom
(Reed College)
Prince Moonbeam, Beezlebaby, and the Death of Monotheism
2002 Adele Reinhartz
(Wilfrid Laurier)
The Grammar of Violence in the Gospel of Love: Reading John in the Twenty-First Century
2001 John Kloppenborg
(St. Michaels' College)
The Lost Gospel of Q. The Earliest Record of Jesus' Galilean Followers
2000 Diane Apostolos-Cappadona
(Georgetown)
Breaking Codes: Iconoclasm in Christianity and Islam
1999 Karen Jo Torjesen
(Claremont)
When Women Were Priests: History at the Intersection of Gender and Religion
1998 Dale Cannon
(W. Oregon)
Different Facets of the Problem of Meaning and How Religions Help Us Meet Their Challenge
1997 Ninian Smart
(UC Santa Barbara)
Religions and Globalization in the 21st Century
1996 Bernard Cooke
(Inc. World College)
The Impact of Feminist Theology on Classical Trinitarian Formulations
1995 Norma Joseph
(Concordia)
Women Reading Biblical Women
1994 Colleen Cutschall
(Brandon)
Voice in the Blood: Creation and Time in the Lakota Sacred Tradition
1992 Diane Bell
(Holy Cross College)
Living the Dream: The Power of Aboriginal Myths
1991 Stephen G. Wilson
(Carleton)
Marcion: The First Christian Heretic
1990 Hanna Kassis
(UBC)
Fundamentalism as a Response to Crisis: Muslim and Christian Relations in Medieval Spain
1989 Peter Richardson
(Toronto)
Popular Religion in Galilee in the Time of Jesus
1988 Terence Penelhum
(Calgary)
Religious Faith and Moral Change
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