The Formation of Monastic Mercy in the Magnificat and Benedictus, a plenary lecture by Luke Timothy Johnson at the Fifteenth General Meeting of the International Thomas Merton Society, held at
St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY,
June 17, 2017.
Author: Johnson, Luke Timothy
Imprint: Luke Timothy Johnson, 2017
Decription: 1 videodisc (46 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Format: Video - DVD. Lecture
Call Number: DVD-0125
Number of copies: 1
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Notes: Lecture read by Michael Higgins. Dr. Luke Timothy Johnson is Candler School of Theology’s Robert W. Woodruff Professor, Emory’s most distinguished endowed chair. A noted scholar and an award-winning teacher, Johnson taught at Yale Divinity School and Indiana University prior to arriving at Candler in 1992. His research concerns the literary, moral and religious dimensions of the New Testament, including the Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts of early Christianity (particularly moral discourse), Luke-Acts, the Pastoral Letters, and the Letter of James.
A prolific author, Johnson has penned 31 books, more than 70 scholarly articles, 100 popular articles and nearly 200 book reviews. His 1986 book, The Writings of the New Testament: An Interpretation, now in its third edition, is widely used as a textbook in seminaries and departments of religion throughout the world. A decade later, Johnson made national headlines with The Real Jesus: The Misguided Quest for the Historical Jesus and the Truth of the Traditional Gospels (HarperOne, 1996), the first book to systematically challenge the Jesus Seminar’s controversial claims, among them that Jesus said only 18 percent of what the Gospels attribute to him.