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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology


This Friday, 18 May 2012, Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto will be hosting the spring colloquium of the Wycliffe Centre for Scripture and Theology. The discussion and papers will be on Pope Benedict XVI's two volume work on Jesus. More details can be found here.
"Engaging and Evaluating Benedict XVI’s Jesus of Nazareth"
Pope Benedict XIV’s two-part volume on Jesus, which traces his life “historically” even as it describes him theologically and in a way that is congruent with traditional Catholic dogma, has proven both an extraordinarily popular work and one that has challenged biblical scholars in various critical ways. Several Protestant scholars here work with Benedict’s second volume (“Holy Week”) and discuss it with a Catholic theologian.

Presentations by:
David Trobisch
(Nussloch/Springfield, MI)

Terence L. Donaldson
(Wycliffe College, Toronto)

Joseph Mangina
(Wycliffe College, Toronto)

Gilles Mongeau, S. J.
(Regis College, Toronto)

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