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From Logos to Christos is a collection of essays in Christology written by friends and colleagues in memory of Joanne McWilliam. McWilliam was a pioneer woman in the academic study of theology, specializing in Patristic studies and internationally recognized for her work on Augustine. For countless students she was a teacher, a mentor, an inspiration. These fourteen essays are a fitting tribute to her memory. Written by recognized North American scholars, the essays explore various aspects of Christology, inviting the reader to probe the meaning and significance of Jesus Christ for today. They address a broad range of issues, including the Christology of the Acts of Thomas, Hooker on divinization, and Christ figures in contemporary Canadian culture. Teachers of theology and religious studies, pastors, and informed general readers will find the essays stimulating and instructive. They present the readers with considered, mature, and current scholarship. These are the questions that engaged Joanne McWilliam throughout her life, and she was happy to know that the critical dialogue would continue in this volume as friends and colleagues wrestled with Christological questions. For her, "In Jesus we come to know the compassion, the power, the wisdom, the love, and the faithfulness of God".
Ellen M. Leonard is a Sister of St. Joseph of Toronto. She is professor emerita at the University of St. Michaelas College, Faculty of Theology, where she has taught since 1977. Her areas of research include Roman Catholic Modernism, Christology, ecclesiology, and feminist theology. Her publications include a number of chapters in collected works as well as three books, the latest being Creative Tension: The Spiritual Legacy of Friedrich von Hugel (1997). She was the 2004 recipient of the Catholic Theological Society of Americas Ann OHara Graff award for her ministries with and on behalf of women and the 2005 YWCA Woman of Distinction award for her contribution to women and education. Kate Merriman is an Anglican priest who works in the Diocese of Toronto. She has engaged in a wide range of ministriesahostel worker at the Fred Victor Centre, parish priest in the Yukon, chaplain at Trinity College, Field Education Director at Huron College, and parish priest in the city of Toronto. In 2007 she was made a Canon of the Diocese of Toronto in recognition of her work in the areas of sexual misconduct and affordable housing. In 2008 she received the Davenport Community Builders Award for her work in affordable housing.
Release date Australia
September 14th, 2010
Edited by Ellen M. Leonard
Edited by Kate Merriman
Country of Publication
Wilfrid Laurier University Press
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