Nicholas Canfield Read Brown
Nicholas Canfield Read Brown
Doctor of Philosophy, Center for Advanced Theological Studies, Fuller Seminary, 2015
Master of Arts, Summa Cum Laude, School of International Service, The American University, 2003
Master of Theological Studies, Magna Cum Laude, Wesley Theological Seminary, 2004
Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, Department of Political Science, Northwestern College, 1999
“On Hollowed Ground (?): The Ambivalent Territoriality of Justin’s and Irenaeus’ Interpretations of the Kingdom of God.” The Other Journal (forthcoming)
“Separated by a Common Language: The Pre-Modern Roots of Pope John Paul II’s and Emmanuel Levinas’s Post-Modern Personalism.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations Journal (forthcoming).
“Diachronicity and Temporal Aporias: An Eschatological Re-Reading of Toni Morrison and James Baldwin.” Black Theology: An International Journal (forthcoming).
“The Ground on Which We Stand: Re-reading Wolterstorff’s Justice through the Territorial Lens of Israel’s Covenant.” Anamnesis: A Journal for the Study of Tradition, Place and ‘Things Divine’ (forthcoming).
“Toward a Methodology and Public Discourse of Christological Concreteness: Lessons from a Discussion of Health Care Rationing in the United States.” International Journal of Public Theology, 6.3 (2012).
“Beyond Constantianism: A Critical and Constructive Response to the Diasporic Ethics of Exile Theology.” Journal of Religion, Conflict and Peace, September 4.1 (2011): http://www.religionconflictpeace.org/node/71
“Un-Manned?: The Bodily Harms, Moral Injuries and Moral Valor of Drone Warfare” In The Future of Drone Use: Opportunities and Challenges From Legal and Ethical Perspectives. Springer Publishing Company (forthcoming).
“On Hollowed Ground (?): The Ambivalent Territoriality of Justin’s and Irenaeus’ Interpretations of the Kingdom of God.” In Rooted and Grounded: Essays on Land and Christian Discipleship. Herald Press (forthcoming).
“Sodomy.” In The Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (DSE). Edited by Joel B. Green, Jacqueline E. Lapsley, Rebekah Miles and Allen Verhey. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Brazos Press, November (2011).
“Peace and Peacemaking.” In The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity. Edited by Daniel Patte. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Review of Dewi Hughes, Poverty and Power: Divine and Human Rule in World of Need. Biblical Theological Bulletin: A Journal of Bible and Theology. November 40.4 (2010): 236-237.
“On Hollowed Ground (?): The Ambivalent Territoriality of Justin’s and Irenaeus’ Interpretations of the Kingdom of God” Presentation at “Rooted and Grounded: A Conference on Land and Christian Faith”, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, IN, September 2014.
“The Ground on Which We Stand: Re-reading the Virtue of Justice through the Territorial Lens of Israel’s Covenant” Presentation at the Society of Christian Philosophers Midwest Region Conference, Conway, AR, March 2012.
“Interpreting from the Interstices: The Role of Justice in a Liberal Democracy – Lessons from Michael Walzer and Emmanuel Levinas.” Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association of Jewish Studies, Washington, D.C., December 2011.