Rowan Williams has begun delivering his series of public lectures on the subject of ‘Christ and the Logic of Creation’. This series of Hulsean Lectures traverses the following ground:
12 January 2016: A Mediaeval Excursion: Aquinas’s Christology and its aftermath.
19 January 2016: Defining the Problem: from Paul to Augustine.
26 January 2016: Logos and logoi: A Byzantine breakthrough.
2 February 2016: The Last of the Greek Fathers? An unfamiliar Calvin.
9 February 2016: Centres and Margins: Bonhoeffer’s Christ.
16 February 2016: ‘In Whom all Things Cohere’: Christ and the logic of finite being.
And while my attention is turned towards Cambridge, I will also mention Ian McFarland‘s recent Inaugural Lecture. The subject: The Crucial Difference: For a Chalcedonianism without Reserve.