2017 Lecture Featuring Dianne Bergant, C.S.A.

Colorful clouds "God So Loved the Cosmos - But Do We?"

Current cosmological insights have challenged us to look anew at many well-known theological concepts based on traditional interpretations of the Bible. Contemporary biblical interpretations done through an ecosensitive lens can throw new light on these theological concepts. Since spirituality reflects one’s theological perception, it will be affected by this cosmological revolution.

Dianne Bergant, C.S.A.

Thursday, March 16, 2017, 7:00 pm
Loyola Marymount University
Roski Dining Room

Special performance by the Sacred Heart Chapel Ensemble, directed by Christopher de Silva, Associate Director of Music, LMU Campus Ministry

Reception immediately following in the Marymount Institute or Faith, Culture, and the Arts, UH3002

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About Dianne Bergant

Dianne Bergant, C.S.A. is Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP Distinguished Professor Emerita of Biblical Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She was President of the Catholic Biblical Association of America (2000-1) and has been an active member of the Chicago Catholic/Jewish Scholars Dialogue for the past thirty years. For more than twenty-five years she has been the Old Testament book reviewer of The Bible Today, having been a member of the editorial board for twenty-five years. Five of these years she served as the magazine’s general editor. She wrote the weekly column The Word for America magazine (2002-5), reflections that have now been published by Paulist Press. She is currently working in the areas of biblical interpretation and biblical theology, particularly focusing on issues of peace, ecology and feminism.

For a full list of articles and publications by Dianne Bergant, please see her full profile on the CTU website.