This past semester’s theology seminars featured quality speakers who addressed interesting topics. Together we examined everything from the ethics of eating animals to theology’s relationship with science. The students of St. Mary’s College are grateful to Dr. Judith Wolfe, Dr. Tim Baylor, and Dr. Stephen Holmes for organizing these meetings.
We are also grateful to Rebekah Earnshaw for her tireless work of documenting many of our sessions together. Rebekah posted blog updates on this website that provided detailed accounts of the paper presentations we heard and even the discussion questions that they engendered.
I provide below links to Rebekah’s posts. I hope that they help students who were interested in this semester’s discussions. Students who could not attend the theology seminar may also find them useful. Readers will find a schedule for the Spring 2017 theology seminars here: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/divinity/current/pg/seminars/theol/
- Seminar Two: http://theology.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2017/02/08/totius-traditionis-mirabile-sacramentum/
- Rebekah’s Reflections on Seminar Two: http://theology.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2017/02/08/sacramental-and-creaturely-tradition/
Christa McKirland, a Ph.D. candidate with the Logos Institute, also composed a quality post for us in which she offered her reflections on Seminar Four: http://theology.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2017/02/26/how-did-this-get-on-my-plate/