You are warmly invited to a two-day colloquium on Christology and Metaphysics, co-sponsored by the School of Divinity and the Thomistic Institute (Angelicum, Rome).
2 April 2020, 2pm to 5.30pm
3 April 2020, 9.15am to 12.45pm
School of Divinity
St Mary’s College
University of St Andrews
Senior Common Room (2 April)
Senate Room (3 April)
Emmanuel Durand, OP (Thomistic Institute), “Should the Cross be the Revelation of the Trinity?”
Simon Oliver (Durham), “’All things came into being through him’: Christological Metaphysics and the Doctrine of Creation”
Christoph Schwöbel (St Andrews), “Taking the Form of a Servant – Kenosis and Divine Self-Giving in Thomas Aquinas and Martin Luther”
Thomas Joseph White, OP (Thomistic Institute), “The Communication of Idioms: The Chalcedonian Tradition and its Metaphysical Implications”
Each lecture will be followed by a response by a member of the School of Divinity, and general discussion.
The conference is being organized by Prof. Judith Wolfe, Dr Euan Grant, and Fr Thomas Joseph White OP (Thomistic Institute).
Attendance is free, but places are limited; please register online at University Events or by email to eg78 [at] st-andrews.ac.uk.
Refreshments will be provided during breaks; meals and accommodation are not included.