The working group, ‘Explorations in Theology and Apocalyptic’ is delighted to announce the first of two sessions to be held at this year’s annual meeting of the AAR/SBL in San Antonio, TX, from November 19-22, 2016.
This panel session involves four short papers investigating various aspects of the meaning, shape and consequence of the doctrine of incarnation and the theology of the cross in an apocalyptic perspective.
Date & Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm on Sunday, November 20th
Location: El Mirador C West room in the Hilton Palacio del Rio
- R. David Nelson, ‘The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ as Interruption: Toward an Apocalyptic Theologia Crucis’
- David W. Congdon, ‘Apocalypse as Perpetual Advent: The Christmas Sermons of Rudolf Bultmann’
- Shannon Nichole Smythe, ‘The Way of Divine and Human Handing-over: Pauline Apocalyptic, Centering Prayer, and Vulnerable Solidarity’
- Justin Jeffcoat Schedtler, ‘The Slaughtered Lamb Is King—From Theologia Crucis to Theologia Gloriae in the Book of Revelation’