Paul Dafydd Jones
Gibson Hall, S-233
- Harvard University: A.M. and Ph.D.
- Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg: DAAD Graduate Research Scholar, Wissenschaftlich-Theologisches Seminar
- The Divinity School, Harvard University: M.Div.
- Oxford University: B.A., M.A.
Christian theology and philosophy of religion in the modern West. Special interests in:
- Protestant thought (particularly Karl Barth)
- The doctrine of God
- Political, liberationist, and constructive theology
- COLA 1500: The Meaning of Love
- RELC 2057: Christian Theologies of Liberation
- RELC 2360: Elements of Christian Thought
- RELC 3009: Protestant Theology
- RELC 3685: Christianity, Gender, and Sexuality
- RELC 5141: The Theology of John Calvin
- RELC5976: The Theology of Friedrich Schleiermacher
- RELC 5445: The Atonement in Christian Thought
- RELG 5559: Hegel, Materialism, and Theology
- RELC 5559: Freedom: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives
- RELC 5980: The Theology of Karl Barth
- RELG 7360: Theories and Methods in the Study of Religion
- Patience: A Theological Exploration (book-length project)
- Paul Dafydd Jones and Paul T. Nimmo, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Karl Barth. Under contract with Oxford University Press. Forthcoming in 2016/17.
- Paul Dafydd Jones and Grace Y. Kao, eds. Liberation Theology, in the Shapers of Modern Theology series. Under contract with Fortress Press. Forthcoming in 2018.
- The Humanity of Christ: Christology in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics (London: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2008). Paperback published in 2011
- ‘The Riddle of Gethsemane,’ for Daniel Migliore (ed.), Karl Barth and the Gospels (Eerdmans, forthcoming in 2016; in preparation)
- ‘Karl Barth’s The Christian Life and the task of political theology,’ in Markus Höfner (ed.), Theo-Politics? Conversing with Barth in Western and Asian Contexts (Fortress, forthcoming)
- ‘On the “loving mutations” of God, Sexuality, and the Self,’ Syndicate Theology (http://syndicatetheology.com) (forthcoming)
- ‘The Fury of Love: Calvin on the Atonement,’ in Adam Johnson (ed.), T&T Clark Companion to the Atonement (T&T Clark, forthcoming)
- ‘Karl Barth,’ in Shaun Casey and Michael Kessler (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Political Theology (Oxford University Press, forthcoming)
- ‘A Cheerful Unease: Theology and Religious Studies,’ in Elizabeth Alexander and Beth Berkowitz (eds), Religious Studies and Rabbinics (forthcoming)
Selected Awards and Grants
- Early Career Scholar, The Enhancing Life Project (John Templeton Foundation/The University of Chicago/Ruhr Universität Bochum). For information, see http://enhancinglife.uchicago.edu
- Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Residential Fellow (Spring 2016)
- John Casteen III Fellowship in Ethics
- The John Templeton Award for Theological Promise
- Mead Honored Faculty
- Residential Member of the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, New Jersey (Spring 2010)