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Lumen et Vita, meaning “Light and Life,” is the graduate journal of Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry. We attempt to present the best research and reviews of our diverse student body, while using an online, open access format that will encourage ongoing dialogue both in the School and in the wider academic community. For our mission statement and more information, please see our “About” page.
Vol 4, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Does the Lord Speak with a Forked Tongue? Solutions for Unity in a Diverse Biblical Corpus|
|Full and Emptied: Interpreting Christ's Divinity for Theologies of Religion|
|Augustine on Sacrifice: A Synthesis|
|Fr. Matthew Janeczko, OFM Cap.|
|Existential Chaos: A Critique of Catherine Keller’s Position Towards Creation and Divine Omnipotence|
|Dis-membering and Re-membering: The Eucharist and the Suffering of Women|
|Girard and the Millennials: New Perspectives on Evangelization|
|Philip Sutherland, SJ|
|Thomas A. Tweed, America’s Church: The National Shrine and the Catholic Presence in the Nation’s Capital.|
|Christopher Siuzdak, Thomas A. Tweed|