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The Association of Theological Schools and The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. name the Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology for 2003-2004



(Pittsburgh, PA, March 6, 2003) The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS) and The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. have named the following seven scholars as

2003-2004 Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology:

Ana Maria Diaz-Stevens, Union Theological Seminary

Ministry and Practice of Communities of Faith: "Routes and Roles in Hispanic/Latina Leadership in Faith Communities"



Paul Hanson, Harvard University Divinity School

Bible and the Church: "The Bible and Politics: Anatomy of an Unsettled Relationship"



Blake Leyerle, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology

History of Christianity and the Church Today: "Traveling Space: Theorizing Early Christian Pilgrimage"

Walter Lowe, Candler School of Theology of Emory University

Constructive Theology: "Christianity and Anti-Judaism"



Rebekah Miles, Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University Christianity and Contemporary Culture: "Good Kids, Good Society, Good God: Theological and Ethical Reflections on Raising Good Children"



Khiok-khng Yeo, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Constructive Theology: "Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Freedom: A Confucianist-Pauline Hermeneutic of Pistis (in Galatians) and Chung-shu (in Analects)"



Randall Zachman, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology

History of Christianity and the Church Today: "The Living Icons of God: Manifestation and Proclamation in the Theology of John Calvin"

Begun in 1993, the Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology program seeks to support research that offers significant and innovative contributions to theological studies, meets high scholarly standards; enhances the theological understanding of people of faith, enriches the experience of church life in North America, and develops ways for scholarship to inform contemporary culture. Fellowships are offered in one of six areas of inquiry: Bible and the Church, Constructive Theology, Christianity and Contemporary Culture, History of Christianity and the Church Today, Ministry and Practice of Communities of Faith, and Other (including inquiry into the relationship of theology and religions to the arts, and issues pertaining to religious pluralism in a multireligious society). The 2003-2004 Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology begin their sabbatical research in July 2003.

The Henry Luce Foundation, based in New York, NY, focuses on the interdisciplinary exploration of higher education, increasing understanding between Asia and the United States, the study of religion and theology, scholarship in American art, opportunities for women in science and engineering, and environmental and public policy programs. The Association of Theological Schools, located in Pittsburgh, PA, is a membership organizations of 244 graduate schools of theology in the United States and Canada. The schools educate persons for the practice of ministry and for teaching and research in the theological disciplines.

Citation: , " Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology for 2003-2004," SBL Forum , n.p. [cited April 2006]. Online:http://sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleID=149

 
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