RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

Read about where our faculty and graduate students have recently been published or featured as speakers, or the topics of their newest books.

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS


Between Hindu and Christian book cover

Between Hindu and Christian: Khrist Bhaktas, Catholics, and the Negotiation of Devotion in Banaras (Oxford University Press, 2023), a book by Kerry P. C. San Chirico, PhD, associate professor of Theology and Religious Studies, explores the surprising rise of worshippers who blur the lines between Christianity and Hinduism. San Chirico examines the beliefs and practices of Khrist Bhaktas, or devotees of Jesus, as well as members of the Catholic order who seek to share Jesus, Mary and other significant figures of the faith with those interested, demonstrating a degree of “porousness” between Hinduism and charismatic Catholicism.

book cover of Bob Dylan and the Spheres of Existence

In his most recent book, Bob Dylan and the Spheres of Existence, Christopher B. Barnett, DPhil, professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Villanova University, explores the influence of Dylan’s work through the lens of Danish Philosopher and Theologian Søren Kierkegaard. By establishing a theoretical approach to Dylan’s multifaceted compositions, the book helps readers better understand his music and its significance today.

book cover of The Oxford Handbook of Vatican II

This 800-page volume of The Oxford Handbook of Vatican II – edited by Villanova Professor Massimo Faggioli, PhD, and Catherine E. Clifford (Oxford University Press, 2023) – offers a rich source of information and reflections on many aspects of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), one of the most significant religious events of the twentieth century. The chapters introduce readers to the historical context and outstanding features of the conciliar event, and its principal teachings on Scripture and Tradition, the church, liturgy, religious liberty, ecumenism, interreligious dialogue, church-world relations, and mission.

 

View recent publications and talks by our faculty and graduate students in the lists below. To see more works, visit the faculty websites listed under full-time faculty. The research interests of our doctoral students and candidates can be viewed on PhD Student Profiles.

 

Gerald Beyer, PhD, professor

Just Universities | Catholic Social Teaching Confronts Corporatized Higher Education, Fordham University Press, 2021. Read more.

Timothy Brunk, PhD, associate professor

“Ecumenism and Roman Catholic Eucharist,” chapter in T & T Clark Handbook of Sacraments and Sacramentality (Bloomsbury, 2023).

The Sacraments and Consumer Culture, Liturgical Press, 2020. 
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Ilia Delio, OSF, PhD, professor, Josephine C. Connelly Endowed Chair 

Co-editor of Religious and Cultural Implications of Technology-Mediated Relationships in a Post-Pandemic World, Lexington Books, 2023.

The Primacy of Love, Fortress Press (US) and Dalton, Todd, Longman (London). January 2022. Read more.

The Hours of the Universe: Reflections on God, Science and the Human Journey, Orbis Books, 2021.

John Edwards, PhD, affiliate faculty

James Alison and a Girardian Theology: Conversion, Theological Reflection, and Induction, T&T Clark Academic/Bloomsbury Press, May 2020. 

Massimo Faggioli, PhD, professor

The Oxford Handbook of Vatican II, co-editor with Catherine E. Clifford, Oxford University Press, Jan. 2023.

Joe Biden and Catholicism in the United States, Bayard Inc., 2021. Read more.

Kathryn Getek Soltis, PhD, assistant professor

Co-authored a chapter on prison abolition in the new Routledge Companion to Christian Ethics (Routledge, 2023). 

Jaisy Joseph, PhD, assistant professor

“Marked by 2020: Disorientation and Reorientation in a Pandemic Age,” book chapter in Gratitude, Injury, and Repair in a Pandemic Age, Georgetown University Press, 2023. 

Sherine O. Green, adjunct professor

Co-authored Awakening to the Violence of Systemic Racism, Paulist Press, November 2021. 

Nathaniel Grimes, doctoral candidate

Co-authored a chapter on prison abolition in the new Routledge Companion to Christian Ethics, Routledge, 2023. 

Stefanie Knauss, ThD, professor

Completed a book chapter: Zweideutigkeiten: Theologische Überlegungen zu Sexualität, Gesellschaft und Medien. In: Fischer, I.; Poplutz, U. (eds.), Jahrbuch für Biblische Theologie, vol. 33: Sexualität. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2020.

Vincent Lloyd, PhD, professor

“The Virtues in Black Theology” chapter in Shakespeare and Virtue, Cambridge University Press, 2023.

Co-authored a chapter on prison abolition in the new Routledge Companion to Christian Ethics, Routledge, 2023.

Black Dignity: the Struggle Against Domination, Yale University Press, 2022. Read more

Robert Nicastro, doctoral candidate

Co-editor of Religious and Cultural Implications of Technology-Mediated Relationships in a Post-Pandemic World. Lexington Books, 2023.

Kerry P. C. San Chirico, PhD, associate professor

Between Hindu and Christian: Khrist Bhaktas, Catholics, and the Negotiation of Devotion in Banaras (Oxford University Press), 2023. Read more.

“Bridging, Crossing and Transgressing: Interreligious Studies and Interfaith Engagement in the Catholic University,” chapter with Julia Sheetz, in Georgetown Companion to Interreligious Studies, Georgetown University Press, 2022.

Jonathan Yates, PhD, professor

Co-edited The Reception and Interpretation of the Bible in Christian North Africa. Volume 2: Augustine’s Confessions to the Arab Conquest (400 C.E. to 650 C.E.). DeGruyter, 2023.

“The Gospels and the Catholic Epistles” chapter in The Oxford Handbook on the Pelagian Controversy, Oxford University Press, 2023.

“Polemics in a Pastoral Guise: Scripture in Five North African Epistulae of 416 CE” chapter in The Pelagian Controversy and its Aftermath. Leuven University Press, 2022.

Co-edited Augustine and Tradition: Influences, Contexts, Legacy, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2021.

Brandon Ambrosino, doctoral candidate

Interviewed by religionnews.com, "Pope's comments on surrogacy land 'like a ton of bricks' after allowing same-sex blessings," January 2024.

"What Mary knew," religionnews.com, December 2023.

Co-authored an article with Andrew Swiatowicz, DDS, on dental ethics and love that appeared in the Delaware Journal of Public Health, April 2023.

Wrote the introduction and edited a symposium for Syndicate on infertility and theology, January 2023.

Timothy Brunk, PhD, associate professor

Regular contributor to Pray Tell: Worship, Wit & Wisdom blog. View a log of his articles.

“Ecumenism and Roman Catholic Eucharist,” chapter in T & T Clark Handbook of Sacraments and Sacramentality (Bloomsbury, 2023).

Elisha Chi, doctoral candidate 

"Ethno-Apophasis: An Ethnographic Theology of Thinness and Refusal" appeared in Ecclesial Practices (Journal of Ecclesiology and Ethnography), December 2023.

"In repudiation of its devastating doctrine of discovery, Vatican masks the history and responsibility of Catholic Church" appeared in Religion Dispatches, April 2023.

Ilia Delio, OSF, PhD, professor, Josephine C. Connelly Endowed Chair 

"Teilhard's Scientific Holism: A Reply to David Sloan Wilson," Religion, Brain and Behavior (Routledge, 2023).

"Transhumanism and Transcendence," in Cambridge Companion to Religion and AI, eds. Fraser Watts and Beth Singler (Cambridge University Press, 2023). 

After Science: Fresh Perspectives from Philosophy and Theology book review. Cambridge University Press, 2022 in The Heythrop Journal (March 2023). 

Joseph Evans, doctoral candidate

The Virgin Mary as a Source of Strength, Comfort, and Hope for Asian Women: Our Lady of La Vang (Vietnam) and Our Lady of Health (Vailankanni, India).” Co-Author: Sr. Ngoc Nguyen, LHC. Maria: A Journal of Marian Studies. Vol. 3, No. 1 (May 2023): 1-18. 

Hamid Dabashi, The End of Two Illusions: Islam After the West, University of California Press, 2022. Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (2022), Villanova, PA.  

Massimo Faggioli, PhD, professor

Regular contributor to La Croix International and Commonweal Magazine.

Kathryn Getek Soltis, PhD, assistant professor

“Pneumatology, Restorative Justice, and Prison Abolition,” with Nathaniel Grimes and Vincent Lloyd, in The Routledge Companion to Christian Ethics (Routledge), 2022.

“Ten Tips to De-Carcerate Your Theology, Ethics, or Religion Classroom,” with Sarah Jobe, Nathaniel Grimes, Vincent Lloyd, Jason S. Sexton, and Mary Beth Yount, Political Theology.

Synodality in Philadelphia Catholic Higher Education: Summary Report (May 2022), co-editor.

Brett Grainger, ThD, associate professor

"Making Spirituality Safe for Evangelicals," Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Spring/Summer 2020.

Nathaniel Grimes, doctoral candidate

“Pneumatology, Restorative Justice, and Prison Abolition,” with Kathryn Getek Soltis and Vincent Lloyd, in The Routledge Companion to Christian Ethics (Routledge).

Refunding the Police Cake, Macrina Magazine, January 2022.

Collaborated on "Challenging the Police - Abolition and Christian Ethics," The Bias Magazine, July 2020. 

Tim Hanchin, PhD, associate professor

Co-authored “Educating for Ecological Conversion: An Ecstatic Pedagogy for Christian Higher Education amid Climate Crisis,” sponsored by the VERITAS Faculty Research Program, June 2020.

Kevin Hughes, PhD, professor 

Biden responds to St. Augustine's question. "Common Loves," Commonweal, January 31, 2021.

Hughes contributed an essay to The Oxford Handbook of Mystical Theology titled "Living in the Word,” March 2020.  

Céire Kealty, doctoral candidate 

"Whose Suffering Are You Wearing?", Sojourners Magazine, December 2021.

"This holiday season, reduce your environmental impact with 'Buy Nothing'", National Catholic Reporter, December 2021.

"Our Clothing Donations May be Causing More Harm than Good", National Catholic Reporter, November 2021.

Stefanie Knauss, ThD, professor 

“Teaching Religion and Gender with The Cohen’s Wife: Where, Why, How, and What?” Journal for Religion, Film and Media, 2022.

“Making Bodies and Worlds: Religious Affects in 120 BPM,” Body and Religion, 2022.

Co-editor, “Animals and Theologies,” Concilium, 2022.

Co-editor, “Academic Teaching with Short Film in Religion and Ethics,” Journal of Religion, Film and Media, 2022.

The Rev. Christiane Lang Hearlson, PhD, assistant professor

Co-authored “Educating for Ecological Conversion: An Ecstatic Pedagogy for Christian Higher Education amid Climate Crisis,” sponsored by the VERITAS Faculty Research Program, June 2020.

Jacques Linder, doctoral candidate

“Wherein Justice Dwelleth:” The Catholic Worker Movement and Political Theology Today, Political Theology Network, February 2022.

Vincent Lloyd, PhD, professor

Public scholarship project, co-editor, “Critical Theory for Political Theology

Co-edited an article, “Restructuring a World Without Prisons,” Sojourners, December 2020.

Offered a response on "Wrath" for the Sins and Virtues in American Public Life symposium, Syndicate, September 2020.

Luke Roberts, doctoral student

Book review of Christianity as a Way of Life: A Systematic Theology by Kevin W. Hector (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2023), Modern Theology, January 2024.

Kerry San Chirico, PhD, associate professor

Dharma and the Religious Other in Hindi Popular Cinema: From Nehru through Modi,” Journal of Religion, Film and Media, 2020.

Laura Simpson, doctoral candidate

"On Transdisciplinary Possibility: An Interstitial Exploration of American Religious History and Religious Ethics", Journal of Religious Ethics, July 2023.  

Rachel Smith, PhD, associate professor

Essay titled “‘As Often as His Heart Beat, the Name Moved’: Prayer, Devotion, and the Fictional in Henry Suso’s The Life of the Servant.” Representations 153 (Jan. 2021).  

A review essay, “Le discours mystique entre Moyen Âge et première modernité.  La question du langage.” H-France Review. (Jan. 2021). 

Perdian Tumanan, doctoral student

Evaluated the notion of martyrdom theology, including concepts of glory and victory in martyrdom, through an Asian lens by exploring the theological perspectives in Shūsaku Endō’s novel Silence in his essay "Rethinking Martyrdom Theology: A Reflection on Shusaku Endo’s Silence" in the book anthology A Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, Global Mennonite Perspectives on Peacebuilding and Nonviolence.

Héctor Varela Rios, PhD, assistant professor

“‘Depicting Heavenly Reality’: Non-Textual Objects as Inscriptions of Belief,” Journal of Religious & Theological Information. Feb. 2022.

Using Latinx Theology’s Lo Cotidiano to Decolonialize Oller’s El Velorio," Journal for Religion, Film and Media; Vol 2 No. 2 (2021).

Trevor Williams, doctoral candidate

“Frankenstein: A Theological Meditation on Spiritual Death,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 47, no. 3 (Fall 2020): 317-38.

"Resisting the Modern Desire for Dominance," Genealogies of Modernity, December 2020.

Jonathan Yates, PhD, professor

Vt non simus homines: Augustine’s Exhortations against Lying in his Sermones ad Populum,” Augustiniana 71/1 (2021): 7-26.

Ilia Delio, OSF, PhD, professor, Josephine C. Connelly Endowed Chair 

Interview on NPR podcast, "Theologian Ilia Delio on why AI needs religion", August 2023.

Villanova University and Claremont School of Theology-CPS will host two symposia on “Whitehead and Teilhard: Convergences, Divergences and Integrations,” at the Villanova Conference Center, Sept. 2023

Keynote speaker for Religious Formation Conference of Canada, May 2023.

Elisha Chi, doctoral candidate

Panelist, book discussion of "Land is Kin: Sovereignty, Religious Freedom, and Indigenous Sacred Sites (Dana Lloyd, University Press of Kansas, 2023). Villanova University, November 2023.

"Indigenous Story as Political Theology,” Villanova University, November 2023.

"Decolonizing the Tabernacle", Contending Modernities blog, University of Notre Dame, August 2023.

Joseph Evans, doctoral candidate

“Interreligious Considerations for the Role of Women in the Asian Church,” Pope Francis and the Future of the Catholic Church Conference, St. Mark’s College, Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 2023. 

Expanding Military Security Cooperation in Post-Conflict Nepal,” Women, Peace, and Security Symposium, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI, April 2023. 

“The Virgin Mary as a Source of Strength, Comfort, and Hope for Asian Women,” World Christianity Conference, Princeton Theological Seminary, March 2023. 

“Interreligious Veneration of the Virgin Mary in the Himalayas,” Association of Nepal and Himalayan Studies Conference, University of Toronto, October 2022. 

Importance of Just War Theory to Contemporary Warfare," Villanova University, Fall 2022.

Massimo Faggioli, PhD, professor

Presented and participated in a conference of theologians and bishops, "The Way Forward: Pope Francis, Vatican II, and Synodality," at Boston College, March 2023

Delivered the Higgins Lecture on Religion and Media at St. Jerome's University, speaking on "Francis@ten: The Legacy of Francis’ Pontificate at Ten Years from His Election", February 2023.

Sharon Gutkowski, doctoral candidate

Presented “Being and Becoming Dokimoi: An Analysis of 1 Corinthians 11:17-34” at the 85th International Meeting of The Catholic Biblical Association at Creighton University for being named the 2023 Catholic Biblical Association (CBA) Verbum Emerging Scholars Fellow.

Timothy Hanchin, PhD, associate professor

Presented Catholic Higher Education at Our Lord’s Tomb: Toward a Pedagogy of Holy Saturday in Our Age of Contempt at The Legacy and Limits of Vatican II in an Age of Crisis: Gender, Race, Abuse and the Living Catholic Tradition, Villanova University, December 2023.

Jennifer Jackson, ThD, assistant teaching professor

Friends Beyond Benefits: Pathways to Truth, Unity and Love, March 2022.

Jaisy Joseph, PhD, asssistant professor

Keynote speaker, “Race, Racism, and the Tensions of Unity and Difference: How Resistance to Anti-Semitism among the Council Fathers can Inspire Catholic Anti-Racism in a Global Church” at The Legacy and Limits of Vatican II in an Age of Crisis: Gender, Race, Abuse and the Living Catholic Tradition, Villanova University, December 2023.

Keynote speaker, “Between Ecclesiology and Ethnography: Studying the Continued Reception of Vatican II” at 60 years Vatican II: The End of the Western Church?, KU Leuven, November 2023.

Presented at and participated in a conference of theologians and bishops, "The Way Forward: Pope Francis, Vatican II, and Synodality," at Boston College, March 2023.

American Cusanus Society, the Nova Forum, and the Lumen Christi Institute; “Synodality from an Eastern Catholic Perspective,” 2022.      

New Directions in Ecclesiology: The Contributions of Richard Gaillardetz, Boston College, “Vatican II and the Mimetic Insights of Richard Gaillardetz’ Noncompetitive Ecclesiology,” 2022.

William Kuncken, doctoral student

Presented "Vatican II and the Birth of Ecological Ecumenism: Examining the Conciliar Foundations for the Church’s Response to Environmental Crisis" at The Legacy and Limits of Vatican II in an Age of Crisis: Gender, Race, Abuse and the Living Catholic Tradition, Villanova University, December 2023.

Vincent Lloyd, PhD, professor

New Books Network podcast caught up with Dr. Vincent Lloyd to discuss his book "Black Dignity: The Struggle Against Domination" (Yale University Press, 2022), September 2023.

Lecture with Dr. Sarah Coakley on "Theology, Race and the Church" at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, March 2023.

Interview with Yale Center for Faith and Culture podcast, Feb. 2023.

Kerry P. C. San Chirico, PhD, associate professor

In this New Books Network podcast, Dr. San Chirico is interviewed on the subject of Indian religions and his book "Between Hindu and Christian: Khrist Bhaktas, Catholics, and the Negotiation of Devotion in Banaras" (Oxford University Press, 2023) which details the Khrist Bhaktas devotees of Jesus in the heart of Hindu civilization; September 2023.

Ethan Schwartz, assistant professor

Presented the Possibilities and Limits of “Dei Verbum” for Jewish-Catholic Dialogue: Academic Biblical Studies as a Shared Theological Question at The Legacy and Limits of Vatican II in an Age of Crisis: Gender, Race, Abuse and the Living Catholic Tradition, Villanova University, December 2023.

Trevor Williams, doctoral candidate

Presented converting to Crisis: A Reflection on the Sex Abuse Scandal and Christian Initiation at The Legacy and Limits of Vatican II in an Age of Crisis: Gender, Race, Abuse and the Living Catholic Tradition, Villanova University, December 2023.

Stephanie Wong, PhD, assistant professor

Delivered the Bartlett Lecture at Yale Divinity School, speaking with alongside other YDS alumni Haruka Cho and Peng Yin on "East Asian Perspectives on the Divine," March 2023.

Presented at the Vatican during the Women Building a Culture of Encounter Inter-religiously Conference hosted by the Dicastery of Interreligious Dialogue and the World Union of Catholic Women's Organizations, February 2023.

Professor Gerald Beyer received The College Theology Society’s 2022 Monika K. Hellwig Award for Excellence in Teaching, which recognizes development of innovative and/or exceptionally effective teaching methods, commitment to professional identity as a teacher of Theology, and outstanding performance as a classroom teacher; given at the College Theology Society annual conference. 

Professor Timothy Brunk received, with Dr. Christiane Lang Hearlson, a four-year, $1.25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. through its Nurturing Children Through Worship and Prayer Initiative. Their effort, “The Children, Liturgy and Ecology Project,” will explore the connection between Christian liturgical formation, love for the natural world and children’s lived experience. More.

Elisha Chi, doctoral candidate, was named the recipient of an Honorary Dissertation Fellowship, Louisville Institute, August 2023. Chi was also awarded a 2023 Villanova Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship.

Professor Ilia Delio, OSF, The Center for Christogenesis, founded by Delio, received a three-year Fetzer grant in 2022 ($150,000) for a podcast series on Science, Religion and the Unity of Love. Delio was given the Catholic Media Association Book Award, Third Place in the Faith and Science category, for The Hours of the Universe: Reflections on God, Science, and the Human Journey (Orbis Books, 2021). Also, she received the 2022 Gold Nautilus Book Award for The Hours of the Universe: Reflections on God, Science and the Human Journey (Orbis Books, 2021).

Professor Massimo Faggioli received the 2021 Catholic Media Association first place award for his book The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis (Orbis Books, 2020) in the “Pope Francis” category.   

Sharon Gutkowski, doctoral candidate, was selected as a 2023 Catholic Biblical Association (CBA) Verbum Emerging Scholars Fellow. 

Nathaniel Grimes, doctoral candidate, received a 2021 Graduate Summer Research Fellowship for his paper “Through Roots and Binds: The Essence of Policing in Simone Weil.”

Professor Jaisy Joseph received a grant, Digital Fellowship Program for Early Career Workshop Participants, Wabash Center, 2022. 

Céire Kealty, doctoral candidate, won the College Theology Society’s Susan G. Perry Award for Best Graduate Essay for her paper titled “Knit to the Cross: A Theological Engagement with Global Garment Workers” June 2023. Kealty was also named by Sojourners Magazine as one of 8 Christian Women Shaping the Church in 2023 for her studies on the humanitarian and environmental impacts of the global garment industry.

Bill Kuncken, doctoral student, is the 2021 winner of the American Catholic Historical Society’s Rodger Van Allen Award for his essay, “Responding to the Green Light: Reactions to Laudato Si’ within the American Catholic Community.” Kuncken’s study exposes the obstacles to the deeper reception among American Catholics of the concern for environmental justice. 

Professor Christiane Lang Hearlson received, with Dr. Timothy Brunk, a four-year, $1.25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. through its Nurturing Children Through Worship and Prayer Initiative. Their effort, “The Children, Liturgy and Ecology Project,” will explore the connection between Christian liturgical formation, love for the natural world and children’s lived experience. More.

Lang Hearlson was also the inaugural recipient of a new 2023 award, the Grace Adolphsen Brame Trust Faculty Award, which she earned for her work in teaching Christian spirituality courses and for her mentorship of graduate students.

Jacques Linder, doctoral candidate, has received a 2022 Graduate Summer Research Fellowship for his project "An Other Security: Plowshares, PAX, and Pax Christi USA." He will aim to investigate different faith-based activist groups’ (Kings Bay’s Plowshares 7, Pax Christi USA, and PAX/ICAN) understandings of “security” that oppose the nuclear state’s justification of holding nuclear weapons as a deterrent. In April 2022, Linder was named as Assistant Editor the Political Theology Journal.

Professor Vincent Lloyd was named the inaugural director of Villanova’s Center for Political Theology. Lloyd was a key leader in building the Political Theology Network, a national organization that connects scholars, community leaders and activists who are interested in promoting interdisciplinary study of religion and politics. More.

Ailie Posillico, doctoral candidate, was granted a 2021 Graduate Summer Research Fellowship for her research paper titled, “‘Perverted Groups’ in Henry Suso’s The Life of the Servant.

Tekoa Robinson, doctoral student, was awarded a 2023 Villanova Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship and also won the 2023 Hong Kierkegaard Summer Research Fellowship.

Perdian Tumanan, doctoral student, was selected as one of the Roothbert Fund Fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year. Tumanan was also the recipient of the three best papers award submitted at the 2022 “Lumen et Vita” conference at Boston College in March 2022, for his paper “Reclaiming the Agency of Nature in Modern Technological Advancement and Ecological Apocalypse.”

Professor Stephanie Wong was selected for the 2024-25 non-residential Seminar Fellowship on Global Catholicism, sponsored by the St. Louis U. Center for Research on Global Catholicism. The research group, involving eight scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds and areas of focus, will be developing projects related to the theme of "New Directions in Research on Global Catholicism: Mobilities, Migrations, Circulations." Wong's project will explore the development and transnational usage of Chinese ancestor veneration ceremonies in diasporic Chinese Catholic parishes.

Trevor Williams, doctoral candidate, was named the inaugural recipient of the Mann Endowed Fellowship for Research Promise to recognize doctoral student achievement, granted by the Department of Theology and Religious Studies in Fall 2023. Williams also won first place in the Scripture & Theology Essay Competition held by the Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology, and the Founder’s Circle Prize for first place from the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality. 

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