Lois E. Malcolm
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology

Lois E. MalcolmEmail:
lmalcolm@luthersem.edu

Personal Website:
http://www.luthersem.edu/lmalcolm/

Office:
651-641-3582    BH 115

Courses:

IC 1615 01 READING THE AUDIENCES Spring 2013-2014
IC 2631 50 TRUTH AND MEANING-RHET APPR-ONLINE Spring 2013-2014

Resources:

Publications

"Curse for Us": The Wisdom and Power of the Cross
Eerdmans, forthcoming
Divine Mystery and Human Freedom: A Study of Karl Barth and Karl Rahner
forthcoming
Holy Love and Holy Power: Revisiting Paul Tillich's Theology of Spirit
forthcoming
Modern Theology, Westminster Collection of Sources in Christian Theology
(Westminster Press, forthcoming. Editor)
The Grammar of Mystery: A Study of Karl Barth and Karl Rahner
Dissertation revised for publication, forthcoming.
Truth as Mystery: The Hidden and Revealed God in Classical and Contemporary Christian Theologies
Sabbatical project funded by The Christian Faith & Life Sabbatical Grant, Louisville Institute

Education:

Ph.D.University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
1997
M.A.Luther Seminary
St. Paul, MN
1989
M.A.University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
1985
B.A.Bethel College
St. Paul, MN
1981

Biography:

Lois Malcolm
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN

Lois Malcolm joined the Luther Seminary faculty in 1994 as assistant professor of systematic theology and became an associate professor in the fall of 1999.

Malcolm has a Ph.D. in theology from the University of Chicago (1998), an M.A. in theology from Luther Seminary (1989), an M.A. in applied linguistics from

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