Loyola University Maryland

Department of Theology

Joshua R. Brown

Recent publications:

  • “Towards Filial Love: Reconsidering Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Theme of Christological Obedience in Light of Early Confucian Philosophy,” in The Heythrop Journal, forthcoming.
  •  “Christ the Ritual Sage: Reading Hebrews with St. Thomas and Xunzi,” in Nova et Vetera, forthcoming. (This article is currently under pro forma peer review. The essay won first prize at a conference which entails guaranteed publication in Nova et Vetera.)
  • “Strange Companions? Hans Urs von Balthasar as a Resource for Comparative Theology,” in Theological Studies, forthcoming.
  • “Christ’s “Symphonic” Obedience: Exploring Balthasar’s Archetypal Experience through Han Confucianism,” in Pro Ecclesia, forthcoming.
  •  “The Jaded Millennial: A Collaborative Approach to Engaging Chinese Students,” ACPA Convention Continued Blog. Co-authored with Jamie Chong Brown. Published as peer-reviewed blog entry on June 4, 2015.
  • “‘Son of Heaven’: Developing The Theological Aspects of Mengzi’s Philosophy of the Ruler.” In Chinese Ethics and Political Philosophy (tent.), ed. G. Alexus McLeod, forthcoming from Bloomsbury Press, 2017.
  • “Comparative Political Theology: Sample Texts and Course Objectives for a Course on Christianity and Chinese Religions.” In process; scheduled to appear in Teaching Interreligious Encounters, eds. Marc Pugliese and Alexander Hwang, forthcoming from Oxford Press in AAR Teaching Religious Studies series.

Arthur Sutherland
Faculty

Arthur Sutherland, Ph.D.

An award-winning author and internationally-renowned BBQ chef, Dr. Sutherland teaches theology and serves as class dean for the Class of 2020

Theology