Meeting with Jürgen Moltmann at Duke in 2007. He has The Bings in Chicago, our beloved city.
been very supportive of my work on his and Maximus'
theology and is writing the foreword to my book.
With Dr. George "Tink" Tinker, one of the leading Native Maximus the Confessor (580-662), one of the great
American scholars in the world. His book, A Native American
theologians of the Eastern Church, the most prominent
(Orbis, 2001) is an outstanding example of contextual voice in the Philokalia
, and saint who rocked my world
theology that deserves more scholarly attention and is a regular nearly a decade ago when I began studying his work.
favorite of my students.
With Mia and some of my wonderful students from Wesleyan. With Mia at her first concert: the Go-Go's! We got the beat!
With J Kameron Carter. His work with Maximus in Race
With Moltmann at Wesleyan College in October 2011 when he
is remarkable, illustrating the fertility, relevance, and delivered our annual Belk Lecture.
transformative power of the Confessor's theology.
With Kathryn Tanner at Wesleyan's 2012 Belk Lecture From the 1988-89 football season at TCU: Go Frogs!
Elizabeth Johnson, author
of She Who Is
, another book
that will knock your socks off.