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George Lindbeck

Can It Be Forgotten?

In my second year of graduate school, I had the opportunity to take a course called “What Is Scripture?” with the prominent Jewish philosopher...

Lindbeck’s Ships: A Response to Chad Pecknold

Lindbeck set us afloat upon the currents of the great Tradition, giving us glimpses of the wisdom that lies on the far side, in hopes that someday we would all be united in one city.

Memories of Lindbeck

Reflections from Cyril O’Regan, Bishop R. Guy Erwin, Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt, Joseph L. Mangina, Bruce D. Marshall, Michael Root, and Caleb Congrove.

Dialogue in Zion

Rowan Williams remembers George Lindbeck's influence on theology.

Generous theologian’s theologian

Lindbeck saw early and clearly that the only way to sustain the Catholic character of the Church depended on the Church looking more Anabaptist than universalist.

Quiet, modest pioneer

George A. Lindbeck’s death on January 8 brings to a close an era of extraordinarily fruitful theological work that he engaged with colleagues around the Church.

Missionary to postmodernity

Whatever else postliberalism is, it was meant to be an apologetic help to be a credal or mere Christian in our age. That is what George Lindbeck was and what he wanted to promote.

The Church and Israel

By H. Peter Kang • First Place, Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition

Retrospect at 40, part three

Christopher Wells on Yale: “We enjoyed the company and questioning of one another, within a broad sea of students and faculty.”


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