Paul, the Corinthians and the Birth of Christian Hermeneutics
Margaret M. Mitchell
Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis
Hans-Josef Klauck
Vulnerability and Glory: A Theological Account
Kristine A. Culp
Āryadeva’s Lamp that Integrates the Practices
Christian K. Wedemeyer
The Burden of Black Religion
Curtis J. Evans
Where Shall Wisdom be Found? Calvin’s exegesis of Job from medieval and Modern Perspectives
Susan Schreiner
Henry Fielding and the Narration of Providence: Divine Design and the Incursions of Evil
Richard A. Rosengarten
Sacred Attunement
Michael Fishbane
The Heavenly Trumpet: John Chrysostom and the Art of Pauline Interpretation
Margaret M. Mitchell
Gods and Demons, Priests and Scholars: Critical Explorations in the History of Religions
Bruce Lincoln
Broken Tablets: Levinas, Derrida, and the Literary Afterlife of Religion
Sarah Hammerschlag
Brains, Buddhas, and Believing: The Problem of Intentionality in Classical Buddhist and Cognitive-Scientific Philosophy of Mind
Daniel A. Arnold
Tibetan Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction
Matthew Kapstein
Dust that Breathes: Christian Faith and the New Humanisms
William Schweiker
The Hindus: An Alternative History
Wendy Doniger
Are You Alone Wise?:The Search for Certainty in the Early Modern Era
Susan Schreiner
Down, Up, and Over: Slave Religion and Black Theology
Dwight N. Hopkins

The Faculty

Divinity School faculty are world-renowned scholars and educators, representing an extraordinary breadth and depth of knowledge across the world's religious traditions, past and present, as well as a range of disciplinary and methodological approaches to the study of religion. Divinity School faculty hold appointments in other departments or schools of the University, and we have a large cohort of associated faculty whose primary appointments range from the Medical and Law Schools to History, Classics, Anthropology and other departments. 

 

 2015-2016 Teaching Faculty Book (PDF).