Invitation for NCR readers in NYC

NCR web columnist Phyllis Zagano, who is also Senior Research Associate-in-Residence and Adjunct Professor of Religion at Hofstra University, is part of a panel today at Fordham University.

Avery Dulles and the Future of Theology
Book Forum

Tuesday, December 14, 2010 | 6-8 PM
Fordham University | Lincoln Center Campus
Pope Auditorium | 113 West 60th Street

Free and Open to the Public
RSVP: CRCevent@fordham.edu, (212) 636-7347

The publication of Avery Cardinal Dulles: A Model Theologian by Patrick W. Carey will be the point of departure for this forum. A distinguished panel of theologians will discuss and debate the future of theology in light of Cardinal Dulles’s work. They will look at the questions that Dulles asked and didn't ask, the answers he gave as a potential foundation for future Catholic theology, and the significance of his method and style for addressing pressing theological issues.

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MODERATOR
Aristotle Papanikolaou, Associate Professor of Theology and Co-Founding Director, Orthodox Christian Studies Program, Fordham University.

PANEL:
Terrence W. Tilley, Chair, Fordham Theology Department and Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., Professor of Catholic Theology.

Phyllis Zagano, Senior Research Associate-in-Residence and Adjunct Professor of Religion at Hofstra University .

Robert P. Imbelli, Associate Professor of Theology, Boston College, and a priest of the Archdiocese of New York.

Patrick W. Carey, Professor of Theology, Marquette University, and author, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.: A Model Theologian.

Miroslav Volf, Director, Yale Center for Faith and Culture, and Henry B. Wright Professor of Systematic Theology, Yale University.

Zagano's latest columns are: Rome’s checkbook strategy on women religious and Church deserves plain talk about moral issues


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