master class on "Lonergan's Christian Realism, or, Why Theology Cannot Avoid Philosophy"

Mar 2 10am–1pm
Gavin House
1220 E 58th St.
Chicago, IL 60637
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Jeremy WilkinsBoston College


Open to current university students and faculty. Others interested in participating should contact us.  Copies of the readings will be provided to those who register.

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9:30am   Coffee & Pastries
10:00am   Session I,
"Cognitional Structure" and "Questionnaire on Philosophy" 
11:25am   Break
11:35am   Session II,
"The De-hellenization of Dogma" and "Origins of Christian Realism"
1:00pm   End, Optional Lunch

Jeremy D. Wilkins is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College. He holds an M.Div. and STB from Regis College at the University of Toronto, an STL from St. Mary's Seminary and University, and a PhD from Boston College. He specializes in the thought of Bernard Lonergan, Thomas Aquinas, Trinitarian theology, Christology, grace, and soteriology. He is author of Before Truth: Lonergan, Aquinas, and the Problem of Wisdom (CUA Press, 2018), and is co-editor of Grace and Friendship: Theological Essays in Honor of Frederick Lawrence.