SETON HALL LONERGAN INSTITUTE LECTURE – JEREMY WILKINS, WHO IS JESUS OF NAZARETH?
|What||Jeremy Wilkins, “Who is Jesus of Nazareth? Unexpected Insights from Bernard Lonergan’s Christology”|
|When||Thursday, 29 January 2015 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM|
|Where||Immaculate Conception Seminary Chapel, South Orange, NJ|
Who is Jesus of Nazareth? Unexpected Insights from Bernard Lonergan’s Christology
Professor Jeremy Wilkins
Lonergan Research Institute, Toronto, Canada
Thursday, January 29, 4pm Immaculate Conception Seminary Chapel
As the University of Toronto Press prepares to publish the English translation of Bernard Lonergan’s The Incarnate Word, written in Rome in the 1960s, Professor Jeremy Wilkins will set Lonergan’s writings on Christ within the context of his efforts to link ancient doctrine with contemporary concerns. Besides presenting an overview of The Incarnate Word and identifying some of Lonergan’s important contributions, he will take a more detailed look at Lonergan’s theology of Christ’s consciousness and knowledge.
Jeremy Wilkins is Associate Professor of Theology at Regis College, the Jesuit faculty of theology at the University of Toronto. He is Director of the Lonergan Research Institute, the home of Lonergan’s archives and center for the production of his Collected Works. The author of numerous articles on theological and philosophical topics, he is also co-editor, with Robert Doran, of The Incarnate Word and The Redemption, volumes 8 and 9 in the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan.