Introducing Liturgical Theology
During the fall of 2014, Nicholas Wolterstorff delivered the fourth biennial Kantzer Lectures in Revealed Theology. In this brief, introductory dialogue, hear Dr. Wolterstorff’s introduction to the lecture series. He addresses issues like the origins of the project, its distinction from other forms of dogmatic theology, and the nature of liturgical theology.
Nicholas Wolterstorff taught at Yale University from 1989 until he retired in 2002. Previously, he taught at Calvin College, the Free University of Amsterdam, and the University of Notre Dame and has been visiting professor at several institutions. He is past President of the American Philosophical Association (Central Division) and serves on its publication and executive committees. In addition to numerous articles, he has written the following books: Religion and the Schools; On Universals; Reason within the Bounds of Religion; Art in Action; Works and Worlds of Art; Education for Responsible Action; Until Justice and Peace Embrace; Faith and Rationality (co-author); Rationality in the Calvinian Tradition (co-author); Lament for a Son; and Keeping Faith: Talks for New Faculty. In upcoming years, he will be the Wilde Lecturer at Oxford University and the Gifford Lecturer at St. Andrew’s University.