POGOS: Schwöbel, Moltmann, Levine, and Moffitt on Reconciliation (Panel)


This week in Pogos we have the eighth session from our summer Logos Conference consisting of a panel of our invited scholars: Christoph Schwöbel (University of St Andrews), Jürgen Moltmann (University of Tübingen), Amy-Jill Levine (Vanderbilt Divinity School), and David Moffitt (University of St Andrews).

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Amy-Jill Levine | Jewish Studies | Vanderbilt University

Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of the New Testament and Jewish Studies (Mary Jane Werthan Professor in Jewish Studies & Professor of New Testament Studies) at Vanderbilt Divinity School. Her books include The Misunderstood Jew: The Church and the Scandal of the Jewish Jesus (Publisher’s Weekly Best Books of 2007; audio books); Short Stories by Jesus: The Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi (Catholic Book Club; translations: Spanish, Italian; audio books);  The Meaning of the Bible: What the Jewish Scriptures and the Christian Old Testament Can Teach Us (with Douglas Knight); The New Testament, Methods and Meanings (with Warren Carter); and The Gospel of Luke (with Ben Witherington III (the first full-length biblical commentary co-authored by a Jew and an Evangelical).

 Jürgen Moltmann is Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at the University of Tubingen, and has published several monumentally influential monographs including (i) The Crucified God, (ii) The Living God and the Fullness of Life, and (iii) Theology of Hope. He is one of the greatest living theologians today and his work on reconciliation in moral theology, liberation theology, and many other areas of theology have been foundational for others in the field.

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David Moffitt is a Reader in New Testament at the University of St Andrews and has published field-changing work on the logic of resurrection in the book of Hebrews. HIs research interests orbit around the various ways the earliest Christians understood Jesus and their own identities in relation to Jewish scripture, practices, and beliefs. His work is especially focused on the Epistle to the Hebrews and the strategies the text employs to interpret early Christian claims about Jesus’ person, death, resurrection, and ascension in high-priestly and sacrificial terms. 

 

Christoph Schwöbel (Professor of Systematic Theology, University of St Andrews)  previously taught at the Universities of Marburg,  Kiel, Tübingen, and Heidelberg, as well as King’s College at the University of London. Schwöbel is a past president of Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Theologie, the association of theologians teaching in universities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. He has many publications in both English and German, including Gott im Gespräch. Theologische Studien zur Gegenwartsdeutung (2011), Die Religion des Zauberers. Theologisches in den großen Romanen Thomas Manns (2008), Christlicher Glaube im Pluralismus. Studien zu einer Theologie der Kultur (2003), Gott in Beziehung (2002), and God: Action and Revelation (1992).