Scholarly essays on the vocation of the theologian and how theology and catechesis interact.
This essay collection explores important questions for the classroom and for the Christian faith tradition. Is doing theology "handing on the faith," or is the vocation of the theologian something more/different? What are the challenges and convergences for theology and catechesis in the classroom? Consisting of essays originally delivered at the College Theology Society annual meeting in Omaha, NE in May 2013, this collection offers the reflections and analysis of teachers across a broad spectrum of experience, background, and personal convictions vis-a-vis the importance of theology and catechesis in the college classroom.
Matthew Sutton is an assistant professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John's University, NY. His Ph.D. is from Marquette University.
William L. Portier is the Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Dayton. He is the author of Isaac Hecker and the First Vatican Council and Tradition and Incarnation, and co-editor of the CTS volume American Catholic Traditions.
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