recent alumni/ae publications
An Imaginative Glimpse: The Trinity and Multiple Religious Participations is the newest publication from Joas Adiprasetya. Joas Adiprasetya is the President of Jakarta Theological Seminary, Indonesia, where he also teaches systematic theology and theology of religions. Here's the book's description: "In contrast to the popular notion that the doctrine of the Trinity... More
Since his retirement as a professor of International Politics, Donald F. Megnin (STH '60) has been writing books of personal and historical interest and finds this activity most satisfying in his retirement years. Dr. Megnin books in order of publication are: The Security of Silence, A Conspiracy of Silence, The Struggle to Survive, A Farm... More
Glenn has published his 7th book, Remember My Name in Sheboygan: Sheboygan Revisited.
Stephen Finlan, a recent BU School of Theology Alum, has written the second edition of The Family Metaphor in Jesus’ Teaching, an accessible book that examines Jesus’ metaphors for relationships, ethics within families, and Jewish and Gentile families in the first century He also has an article in the academic collection, More
Rev Lockhart just released a new book of poems! "Before Blackness, Lying After Truth, In Rabbitude and Other Poems." Check it out at www. myrabbitude.com
When their four-year-old son, Danny, dies suddenly, Mitch and Kate’s grief overwhelms them. Conflicted about going on with their lives, Mitch and Kate decide to leap from a cliff at Chimney Bluffs. When the couple is found by park rangers, Clancy and Bobby, Kate is still very much alive. What... More
This is a major work in the area of water studies, and it was stimulated by Richard's reading John Hart's Sacramental Commons.
Understanding Religious Conversion: The Case of St. Augustine. Synopsis: Understanding Religious Conversion begins with emphasis on the value of respecting religious/theological interpretations of conversion while coordinating social scientific studies of how personal, social, and cultural issues are relevant to the human transformational process. It encourages us to bring together the perspectives of... More
Reverend Gilbert Caldwell has written an essay entitled: "Church history requires we discuss racism." In the essay Rev. Caldwell lucidly addresses some of the still living effects of race and racism within the church. You can read the essay here.
Richard Hughes has written an essay called "Boston University School of Theology and the Civil Rights Movement." He has also written a book. Pro-Justice Ethics: From Lament to Nonviolence is an original work within Christian social ethics and is based upon the civil rights movement, the philosophy of nonviolence, and... More