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Burke Lecture: An Ecological Inquiry - Jesus and the Cosmos

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Uploaded on Jul 1, 2010

Elizabeth Johnson, a former president of both the Catholic Theological Society of America and the ecumenical American Theological Society, argues that interfaith dialogue has made clear that each religious tradition has its own distinctive contribution to make. In this Burke lecture, she explores one line of thinking peculiar to the Christian tradition, namely, the meaning of Jesus Christ. Her question is whether the central, organizing figure in Christian faith also has anything intrinsic to do with the natural world. Series: Burke Lectureship on Religion & Society [7/2010] [Humanities] [Show ID: 18746]

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