Volume 16 to 20

Volume 16 Modern Biblical Scholarship: Its Impact on Theology and Proclamation

a. Elizabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, “Contemporary Biblical Scholarship: Its Roots, Present Understandings, and Future Directions”
b. Bruce Vawter, C.M., “Creation in an Evolutionary Worldview”
c. W. Sibley Towner, “Interpretations and Reinterpretations of the Fall”
d. Roberth North, S.J., “Interpreting the Economy of Salvation: Reconciling Prebiblical, Biblical, and Postbiblical Horizons of Experience”
e. Peter Schineller, S.J., “The Function and Role of Jesus the Christ”
f. John R. Donahue, S.J., “The Revelation of God in the Gospel of Mark”

Volume 17 Called to Love: Towards a Contemporary Christian Ethic

a. Richard A. McCormick, S.J., “Past, Present, and Future of Christian Ethics: The Interpersonal, Social, and Planetary Dimensions of Neighbor Love”
b. Charles E. Curran, “The Person as Moral Agent and Subject in the Light of Contemporary Christology”
c. Matthew L. Lamb, “A Search for and Ethical Method: Theory and Practice, Justice and Love in Christian Life”
d. Lisa Sowle Cahill, “Humanity as Female and Male: The Ethics of Sexuality”
e. Peter J. Henriot, S.J., “Wealth, Poverty, Hunger: The Ethics of the International Economic Order”
f. J. Bryan Hehir, “The Nuclear Question: Relating Its Political, Strategic, and Moral Dimensions”

Volume 18 The Professions in Ethical Context: Vocations to Justice and Love

a. William J. Werpehowski, “The Professions: Vocations to Justice and Love”
b. Margaret Gorman, R.S.C.J., “Education: A Vocation to Justice and Love”
c. Christopher F. Mooney, S.J., “Law: A Vocation to Justice and Love”
d. Edmund D. Pellegrino, M.D., “Health Care: A Vocation to Justice and Love”
e. William J. Byron, S.J., “Business: A Vocation to Justice and Love”
f. Kenneth L. Vaux, “Science and Technology: A Vocation to Justice and Love”

Volume 19 The Human Experience of Conversion: Persons and Structures in Transformation

a. David K. O’Rourke, O.P., “The Experience of Conversion”
b. Michael H. Crosby, O.F.M. Cap., “The Biblical Vision of Conversion”
c. Denise Lardner Carmody, “Cognitive Conversion: A New Way of Understanding”
d. Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J., “Affective Conversion: A New Way of Feeling”
e. Ronald Marstin, “Moral Conversion: Being Neighbor by Transforming Structures”
f. Donald L. Gelpi, S.J., “Religious Conversion: A New Way of Being”

Volume 20 A Discipleship of Equals: Towards a Christian Feminist Spirituality

a. Joann Wolski Conn, “A Discipleship of Equals: Past, Present, Future”
b. Mary Ann Getty, “A Discipleship of Equals: Biblical Roots”
c. Constance FitzGerald, O.C.D., “A Discipleship of Equals: Voices from Tradition—Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross”
d. John Carmody, “A Discipleship of Equals: Towards a Spirituality for Men”
e. Mary Jo Weaver, “‘Springs of Water in a Dry Land’: A Process Model of Feminist Spirituality”
f. Maria Harris, “A Discipleship of Equals: Implications for Ministry”

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Dr. Carey Walsh, Ph.D.
Director, Theology Institute
Associate Professor of Theology
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