Friday 25 January 2013

Journal of Moral Theology 2, 1 (2013) on Christology

The latest issue of the Journal of Moral Theology (an open-access journal from Mount St. Mary’s University) is now available, with an interesting-looking collection of articles based around the theme of Christology (see below). My eye was particularly drawn to Michael Gorman’s essay which, according to the editorial, ‘recapitulates much of his celebrated work on Paul’s letters and explores the centrality of the cross in Paul’s account of Christology and his account of Christian discipleship’.

Individual essays are available here, and the whole volume is downloadable here.

Paul J. Wadell
Christology and the Christian Life

Paulinus Ikechukwu Odozor, C.S.Sp.
Christology and Moral Theology

Patricia Sharbaugh
The Light Burden of Discipleship: Embodying the New Moses and Personified Wisdom in the Gospel of Matthew

Michael J. Gorman
Paul and the Cruciform Way of God in Christ

Elizabeth Newman
Modern Pluralism or Divine Plentitude? Toward a Christological Ontology

Neil Ormerod
Christ, Globalization, and the Church

Jeffrey P. Bishop
Body Work and the Work of the Body

Christopher McMahon
Review Essay: Beyond the Historical Jesus: Embracing Christology in Scripture, Doctrine, and Ethics

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