Lecture: George Hunsinger "Salvator Mundi: Three Types of Christology"


Location: 129 DeBartolo Hall

 A graduate of Stanford (BA), Harvard (BD) and Yale (MA, MPhil, PhD), George Hunsinger is the Hazel Thompson McCord Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. Renowned as one of the world's leading experts in Barth studies, Dr. Hunsinger is also an ordained Presbyterian minister, founder of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture and member of the Catholic-Reformed International Dialogue Team.  On April 11th Professor Hunsinger will offer a lecture to the Notre Dame community entitled "Salvator Mundi: Three Types of Christology" in which he proposes a taxonomy for organizing modern christologies and evaluates how each type of christology approaches Christ's person, work, and the saving significance of the cross.