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New Frontiers: Christianity and the new atheism

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Anne King

Start Date

15-11-2012 7:30 PM

End Date

15-11-2012 9:00 PM

Location

John Roach Center Auditorium

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Dr. Anne H. King is an associate professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, MN. She received her Ph.D. from Fordham University in 1987. She is currently working on a textbook, provisionally titled Atheists and Apologists: God since the Enlightenment to be published by Anselm Academic Publishers in 2013-14. This project emerged from her numerous course offerings on this subject -- for which there is no adequate undergraduate textbook in print -- and from her abiding interest in history (A.B. Duke University, 1975). Her focus in systematic theology has made the modern debates about God crucial to her research and interests. Her previous book published in 2003 is Hildegard of Bingen: An Integrated Vision, which is a product of her research into the history of mysticism. She is engaged in research and teaching in a wide variety of systematic topics.

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New Frontiers: Christianity and the new atheism

John Roach Center Auditorium

Dr. Anne H. King is an associate professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, MN. She received her Ph.D. from Fordham University in 1987. She is currently working on a textbook, provisionally titled Atheists and Apologists: God since the Enlightenment to be published by Anselm Academic Publishers in 2013-14. This project emerged from her numerous course offerings on this subject -- for which there is no adequate undergraduate textbook in print -- and from her abiding interest in history (A.B. Duke University, 1975). Her focus in systematic theology has made the modern debates about God crucial to her research and interests. Her previous book published in 2003 is Hildegard of Bingen: An Integrated Vision, which is a product of her research into the history of mysticism. She is engaged in research and teaching in a wide variety of systematic topics.