Distinguished Fellows

Dr. Reinhard Hütter

Dr. Hütter is a Professor of Christian Theology at Duke University Divinity School where he teaches systematic and philosophical theology.  He holds a Th.M. degree from Duke University and Dr.theol. and Dr.theol. habil. Degrees from the University of Erlangen in Germany.  He is a convert from Lutheranism and a member of the Dominican Third Order.

The author of three scholarly books and numerous articles, reviews, and translations, Dr. Hütter has also co-edited four books. His most recent books include Bound to Be Free: Evangelical Catholic Engagements in Ecclesiology, Ethics and Ecumenism and Reason and the Reasons of Faith (ed. with Paul J. Griffiths). He also was the editor of Pro Ecclesia: a Journal of Catholic and Evangelical Theology and served on the editorial board of Theology Today. He is presently co-editor of the academic series Faith and Reason: Studies in Catholic Theology and Philosophy, and is co-editor of Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal.

He was awarded the Henry Luce III Fellowship, was a visiting fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies of Religion of the University of Chicago, a research fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry at Princeton, served as visiting professor at the University of Jena, Germany, was elected for membership in the American Theological Society, has been made a Corresponding Academician of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, and is a founding member of the Academy of Catholic Theology and presently serves on its Board,.

In his most recent work he has turned to theological anthropology — the human being created in the image of God — and to the closely related topics of nature and grace, divine and human freedom, faith and reason, theology and metaphysics. He has developed a special interest in the theology and philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas.

Professor Hütter and his wife Nancy reside in North Carolina; they have four children and two grandchildren.


Curriculum Vitae

Professional Position:
Professor of Christian Theology, Duke University, 2006-
Visiting Professor of Systematic and Ecumenical Theology, University of Jena, Germany, Sommersemester 2004
Associate Professor with tenure, Duke University, 2001- 2006
Associate Professor, Duke University, 1999-2001
Associate Professor, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1997-1999
(Post-doctoral Research Leave 1994-95)
Assistant Professor, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1990-1997

Teaching Area: Systematic and Philosophical Theology

Scholarships and Honors:
Fellow of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes 1984-1986
Fellow of the foreign studies scholarship of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes1987
Fellow of the dissertation scholarship of the Studien¬stiftung des Deutschen Volkes 1988-1990
Recipient of Research Grant from the Association of Theological Schools in America and Canada (ATS) 1992
Recipient of a two year post-doctoral research fellowship from the Deutsche Forschungs-gemein¬schaft (DFG) 1994-1995
Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies of Religion of the University of Chicago, 1994-1995
Participant in the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, 1997-1998
Recipient of a Summer Research Grant from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, Summer 1998 (for research at Duke University)
Recipient of a Henry Luce III Fellowship in Theology, January – December 2000
Visiting Fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, January – Dezember 2000
Election to Membership in the American Theological Society, 2002
Recipient of visiting professorship grant from the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) 2004
Elected to be the editor of Pro Ecclesia: A Journal for Catholic and Evangelical Theology by the board of the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology, 2004
Corresponding Academician of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, 2007
Elected board member of the Academy of Catholic Theology, 2007 (re-elected 2008)
Elected Vice-President of the Academy of Catholic Theology, 2009
Distinguished Fellow at the St Paul Center for Biblical Theology, 2009


Examples of courses taught:
Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas
Nature and Grace
Mary through the Eyes of Faith: Scripture, Tradition, Doctrine
Theology and Metaphysics
Faith and Reason
God, Freedom, and the Problem of Evil
Negative Theology
The Thought of Henri de Lubac
Learning Theology with C.S. Lewis
Introduction to Christian Theology
Does Doctrine Still Divide? (co-taught)
Eschatology (God’s Ends and the End of the World) (co-taught)
Freedom and Law
Theology of Karl Barth
The Doctrine of God in 20th Century Protestant Theology
Classics of Western Christian Ethics: Augustine, Aquinas, Luther
Kant as Theologian
Nietzsche for Theologians

Faculty Responsibilities:
Director of Master of Theological Studies Program (MTS) (Duke)
Chairing Searchc Committee for positions in the History of American Christianity and the History of World Christianity (Duke)
Chairing two Reappointment Committees (Duke)
Serving on Reappointment Committess (Duke)
Chairing Old Testament Search Committee (Duke)
Chairing Divinity Judicial Board (Duke)
Chairing Worship and Spirituality Committee (Duke)
Chairing Field Education Committee (Duke)
Curriculum Committee (Duke)
International Relations Committee (Duke)
Admissions Committee (Duke)
Adviser and examiner in the Graduate Program (Duke)
Graduate Admissions Committee (Duke)
Library Committee (Duke)
Community Life Committee (LSTC)
Library Advisory Committee (LSTC)
Computer Research Committee (LSTC)
Admissions Committee (chair) (LSTC)
Director of Faculty Colloquies (LSTC)

Memberships:
Academy for Catholic Theology (founding member)
American Theological Society (elected)
Corresponding Academician of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas (appointed)

Editor:
Associate Editor: Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal, 2009-
Co-editor: Faith and Reason: Studies in Catholic Theology and Philosophy (Sapientia Press)
Editor: Pro Ecclesia: A Journal for Catholic and Evangelical Theology, 2005-2008
Board of Advisors: Pro Ecclesia: A Journal of Catholic and Evangelical Theology, 2009-
Editorial Board: Academic series Ethics in Theological Discourse (Münster/Hamburg/London: LIT Verlag), 2001-
Board of Advisors: Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal, 2005-2008
Editorial Board: Theology Today, 2005-2008
Associate Editor: Pro Ecclesia: A Journal for Catholic and Evangelical Theology, 2001-2004
Editorship with Hans G. Ulrich: Monograph-series Evangelium und Ethik (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag) 1993-2000.
Editorial board: Currents in Theology and Mission 1995-1999

Referee:
Manuscript and prospectus referee for Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics, Basil Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, Catholic University of America Press, Eerdmans Publishing House (Encyclopedia of Christianity), Fortress Press, Journal of Religion, Modern Theology, Nova et Vetera, Oxford University Press, University of Notre Dame Press, Pro Ecclesia, Routledge, Sapientia Press, The Thomist; Zygon;

Guest Lectures, Keynote Addresses, and Conference Lectures:
University of Lund, Sweden, September 1992
University of Jena, Germany, April 1996
University of Halle, Germany, April 1996
Institute for Ecumenical Research, Strasbourg, France, July 1996
University of Leipzig, Germany, June 1997
University of Würzburg, Germany, January 1998
University of Bonn, Germany, April 1998
Luther Seminary, St. Paul MN, August 1998
Winter Yost Lecture, Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia SC, March 1999
University of Erlangen, Germany, July 1999
Symposium “Protestant Theology at the Turn of the Millennium”, Rengsdorf, Germany, June 2000
Roanoke College, Salem VA, March 2001
Humboldt University of Berlin, July 2001
University of Erlangen, July 2001
University of Bayreuth, December 2001
University of Jena, December 2002
Texas Lutheran University, Seguin TX, March 2003
International Symposium “Johannes Paul II. and the Renewal of Thomistic Theology,” Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti, MI, August 2003
University of Erfurt, June 2004
International Symposium “Aquinas the Augustinian,” Ave Maria University, Naples, FL, February 2005
Boston College, Institute of Medieval Studies, October 2005
International Symposium “Aquinas on the Sacraments,” Keynote Lecture on “Transubstantiation,” Ave Maria University, Naples, FL, February 2007
Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., March 2007
Pontifical Faculty, Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D.C., November 2007
International Symposium “Analogy of Being—Wisdom of God or Invention of the Antichrist?,” Keynote Lecture on “Analogy of Being in Thomas Aquinas” in the Chapel of the Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D.C., April 2008
Lumen Christi Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago, May 2008
International Symposium “Philosophy and Liturgy,” Calvin College, Grand Rapids, May 2008
Boston Colloquy in Historical Theology, Boston College, Boston, August 2008
University of Dallas, Dallas, TX, September 2008
Boston College, Department of Theology, December 2008
The annual Bishop Bernard J. Flanagan Lecture in the Ecumenical Institute Assumption College, Worcester/MA, March 2009
Ninth Plenary Session, Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas, “St. Thomas’s Interpretation of St. Paul’s Doctrines,” Vatican City, June 2009
“Thomistic Circles,” inaugural lectures, Pontifical Faculty, Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D.C., November 2007
International Symposium “The Nature of Experience,” John Paul II Pontifical Institute for Marriage and Family, Washington, D.C., December 2009


PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Evangelische Ethik als kirchliches Zeugnis. Interpretationen zu Schlüsselfragen theologischer Ethik in der Gegenwart, (Evangelium und Ethik Vol.1) Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1993.
Theologie als kirchliche Praktik. Zum Verhältnis von Kirche, Lehre und Theologie (Beiträge zur evangelischen Theologie Vol. 117) Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 1997.
Suffering Divine Things: Theology as Church Practice, translated by Doug Stott, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000.
Bound to Be Free: Evangelical Catholic Engagements in Ecclesiology, Ethics, and Ecumenism, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004.


Editorship:

Edition of German translation of George A. Lindbeck, The Nature of Doctrine: Christliche Lehre als Grammatik des Glaubens. Religion und Theologie in einem post-liberalen Zeitalter. Trans. by M. Müller. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 1994 (with Hans G. Ulrich).
Edition of German translation of Stanley Hauerwas, The Peaceable Kingdom: Selig sind die Friedfertigen. Ein Entwurf christlicher Ethik. Trans. by G.Cliqué. (Evangelium und Ethik Vol.4) Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1995.
Reinhard Hütter and Theodor Dieter (eds.), Ecumenical Ventures in Ethics: Protestants Engage Pope John Paul II’s Moral Encyclicals. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 1998.
Paul J. Griffiths and Reinhard Hütter (eds.), Reason and the Reasons of Faith. New York: T&T Clark International, 2005.
L. Gregory Jones, Reinhard Hütter and Rosalee Veloso-Ewell (eds.), God, Truth, and Witness: Engaging Stanley Hauerwas. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2005.
Reinhard Hütter and Matthew Levering (eds.), Ressourcement Thomism: Essays in Honor of Romanus Cessario. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, forthcoming 2010.
Articles in Refereed Journals and Book Chapters:

“Lessings ‘Anti-Goeze’ im Rahmen des Fragmentenstreites,” in Dietmar Pe¬schel (ed.), Germanistik in Erlangen. Hundert Jahre nach der Gründung des Deutschen Seminars, Erlangen 1983, 185-194.
“The Church: Midwife of History or Witness to the Eschaton?” in Journal of Religious Ethics 18 (1990), 27-54.
“Creatio ex nihilo: Promise of the Gift. Remembering the Christian Doctrine of Creation in Troubled Times,” in Robert A. Brungs, S.J. and Marianne Postiglione, RSM (eds.), Some Christian and Jewish Perspectives on Creation. St. Louis: ITEST Faith/Science Press 1991, 1-12. 
“Martin Luther and Johannes Dietenberger on ‘Good Works,’” in Lutheran Quarterly 6 (1992), 127-152 (reprinted in Luther Digest 1994).
“Ecclesial Ethics, the Church’s Vocation, and Paraclesis,” in Pro Ecclesia 2 (1993), 433-450.
with Hans G. Ulrich, “Einführung,” to George Lindbeck, Christliche Lehre als Grammatik des Glaubens. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 1994, 7-15.
“The Church as Public: Dogma, Practices, and the Holy Spirit,” in Pro Ecclesia 3 (1994), 334-361.
“Einführung,” to Stanley Hauerwas, Selig sind die Friedfertigen. Ein Entwurf christlicher Ethik. Trans. by G.Cliqué. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1995, 1-22.
“Christliche Freiheit und die Wahrheit des Gesetzes: Das Anliegen der römisch-katholischen Moralenzyklika Veritatis Splendor in der Perspektive reformatorischer Theologie,” in Kerygma und Dogma 42 (1996), 246-271.
“‘God’s Law’ in Veritatis Splendor: Sic et Non,” in: Reinhard Hütter and Theodor Dieter (eds.), Ecumenical Ventures in Ethics: Protestants Engage Pope John Paul II’s Moral Encyclicals. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 1998, 84-114.
“The Project,” in: Reinhard Hütter and Theodor Dieter (eds.), Ecumenical Ventures in Ethics: Protestants Engage Pope John Paul II’s Moral Encyclicals. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 1998, 1-13.
“Christian Freedom and God’s Commandments: The Twofold Center of Lutheran Ethics,” in Karen Bloomquist and John Stumme (eds.), The Promise of Lutheran Ethics. Minneapolis: Fortress 1998, 31-54.
“Ökumene und Einheit der Christen—Abstrakte Wiedervereinigung oder gelebte Einmütigkeit? Ein lutherischer Zugang zu der römisch-katholischen Ökumene-Enzyklika Ut Unum Sint—Daß sie eins seien,” in Kerygma und Dogma 44 (1998), 193-206.
“Ecumenism and Christian Unity—Abstract Re-unification or Living Concord? A Lutheran Approach to the Roman Catholic Encyclical ‘Ut Unum Sint—That They may be One,’”in Pro Ecclesia 7 (1998), 182-194.
“Be Honest In Just War Thinking! Lutherans, the Just War Tradition, and Selective Conscientious Objection,” in Stanley Hauerwas, Chris K. Huebner, Harry J. Huebner, and Mark Thiessen Nation (eds.), The Wisdom of the Cross: Essays in Honor of John Howard Yoder. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999, 69-83.
“Karl Barth’s Dialectical Catholicity: Sic et Non,” in Modern Theology 16 (2000), 137-157.
“After Dogmatics? Beobachtungen zur evangelischen Systematischen Theologie in den USA und in Deutschland an der Jahrhundertschwelle,” in Theologische Literaturzeitung 125 (2000), 1103-1122.
“‘After Dogmatics?’ Osservazioni sulla teologia sistematica evangelica negli USA alle soglie del nuovo secolo,” in Protestantesimo 55 (2000), 251-274.
“(Re-)Forming Freedom: Reflections ‘after Veritatis Splendor’ on Freedom’s Fate in Modernity and Protestantism’s Antinomian Captivity,” in Modern Theology 17 (2001), 117-161.
“The Church—The Knowledge of the Triune God: Practices, Doctrine, Theology,” in James J. Buckley and David Yeago (eds.),  Knowing the Triune God: The Work of the Spirit in the Practices of the Church. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 2001, 23-47.
“What is So Great about Freedom?” in Pro Ecclesia 10 (2001), 449-459. [Translation into Swedish: “Vad är dest som är så fantastisk med frihet”, in Tidskrift för kyrklig teologi 2 (3/2006), 61-72].
“Hospitality and Truth: The Disclosure of Practices in Worship and Doctrine,” in Miroslav Volf and Dorothy C. Bass (eds.), Practicing Theology: Beliefs and Practices in Christian Life. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 2002, 206-227.
“Est and Esse: The Affirmative and the Negative in Theological Discourse,” in Théologie Negative, textes reunis par Marco. M. Olivetti. Biblioteca dell’ Archivio di Filosofia. Padua: CEDAM 2002, 425-340.
“Welche Freiheit? Wessen Gebot? Die Zukunft lutherischer Ethik in Kirche und Öffentlichkeit,” in Wolfgang and Ingrid Schoberth (eds.), Kirche—Ethik—Öffentlichkeit: Christliche Ethik in der Herausforderung. Münster: LIT, 2002, 165-182.
“… paulatim facta est ratio humana sui ipsius captiva’: Freedom, Truth, and the Unattended Problem of the Will in the Encyclical Fides et Ratio,” in Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 44 (2002), 268-283.
“Freedom and Law: Toward a Theological Proposal,” in Christopher I. Wilkins (ed.), The Papers of the Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology Vol. VI. Pittsburgh: The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada 2003, 119-137.
“Empfang und Gestalt: Skizze einer Theologie von Freiheit und Gesetz,” in Kerygma und Dogma 49 (2003), 210-235.
“’In.’ Some Incipient Reflections on ‘The Jewish People and their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible’ (Pontifical Biblical Commission 2001),” in Pro Ecclesia 13 (2004), 13-24.
“The Tongue—Fallen and Restored: Reflections on the Three Voices of the Eighth Commandment,” in I Am the Lord Your God: Christian Reflections on the Ten Commandments, ed. by Carl E. Braaten and Christopher R. Seitz (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004), 189-205.
“The Ten Commandments as a Mirror of Sin(s): Anglican Decline—Lutheran Eclipse,” in Pro Ecclesia 14 (2005), 47-58.
with Paul J. Griffiths, “Introduction” to Reason and the Reasons of Faith: An Ecumenical Inquiry into Faith and Reason. London/New York: T&T Clark International 2005, 1-23.
“The Directedness of Reasoning and the Metaphysics of Creation,” in Paul J. Griffiths and Reinhard Hütter (eds.), Reason and the Reasons of Faith. London/New York: T&T Clark International 2005, 160-193.
“Intellect and Will in the Encyclical Fides et Ratio and in Thomas Aquinas,” in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 3 (2005), 579-603.
“Desiderium Naturale Visionis Dei: Some Observations about Lawrence Feingold’s and John Milbank’s Recent Interventions in the Debate over the Natural Desire to See God,” in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 5 (2007), 81-131.
“St. Thomas on Grace and Free Will in the Initium Fidei: The Surpassing Augustinian Synthesis,” in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 5 (2007), 521-553.
“The Christian Life,” in Kathryn Tanner, Ian Torrance, John Webster (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Systematic Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, 285-305.
“The Confession of Sin: Learning to Hear the Decalogue’s Three Voices in Worship,” in Ben Quash and Bernd Wannenwetsch (eds.), Handbook Worship and Ethics (Eerdmans, forthcoming).
“Eucharistic Adoration in the Real Personal Presence of Christ: Making Explicit the Mystery of Faith by Way of Metaphysical Contemplation,” forthcoming in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 7/1 (Winter 2009).
“In hope he believed against hope” (Rom 4:18)—Faith and Hope, Two Pauline Motifs as Interpreted by Aquinas: A Re-lecture of Pope Benedict XVI’s Encyclical Letter Spe Salvi,” forthcoming in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 7/4 (Fall 2009). (A briefer version will appear in the 2010 volume of Doctor Communis, the annual Proceedings of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas.)
With Matthew Levering, “Introduction,” Ressourcement Thomism: Essays in Honor of Romanus Cessario, O.P., ed. by Reinhard Hütter and Matthew Levering (under contract with CUA Press; forthcoming 2010).
“Dogma datur Christianis—intellectus per fidem a deceptione praeservatur: The Mysterium Fidei of Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist by Way of Trans-substantiation,” in Ressourcement Thomism: Essays in Honor of Romanus Cessario, O.P., ed. by Reinhard Hütter and Matthew Levering (under contract with CUA Press; forthcoming 2010).
“Attending to the Wisdom of God—From Effect to Cause, from Creation to God: A Contemporary Relecture of the Doctrine of the Analogy of Being according to Thomas Aquinas,” in The Analogy of Being: Wisdom of God or Invention of the Anti-Christ?, ed. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. (Eerdmans, forthcoming 2010)

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals and Commentary Articles in Refereed Journals:

“The Ecclesial Ethics of Stanley Hauerwas,” in Dialog 30 (1991), 231-241.
Revised version of “Creatio ex nihilo: Promise of the Gift,” in Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992), 89-97.
“Be Honest In Just War Thinking! Lutherans, the Just War Tradition, and Selective Conscientious Objection,” in Dialog 31 (1992), 280-288.
“The Church’s Public Ministry in Her Babylonian Captivity,” in Pro Ecclesia 2 (1993), 18-20 (reprinted in The Gospel & Our Culture 5/4 (1993), 1, 6).
“Bound to Be Free—Liberated for What?,” in Christian Century 121 (2004), 24-27.
“Why Does the Pope Matter to Protestants?,” in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 6 (2008), 675-680.

Review articles:

“Ethik in Traditionen: Die neo-aristotelische Herausforderung in der philosophischen und theologischen Ethik der USA,” [Alasdair MacIntyre’s and Stanley Hauerwas’s work] in Verkündigung und Forschung 35 (1990), 61-84.
“The Church’s Peace beyond the ‘Secular:’ A Postmodern Augustinian’s Deconstruction of Secular Modernity and Postmodernity,” [John Milbank, Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason, Oxford: Blackwell, 1990] in Pro Ecclesia 2 (1993), 106-116.
“Modernity Policing the Christian Faith,” [Kathryn Tanner, The Politics of God: Christian Theologies and Social Justice, Minneapolis: Fortress, 1992] in Lutheran Forum 28 (1994), 49-52.
Jean-Luc Marion, God Without Being, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991, in Pro Ecclesia 3 (1994), 239-244.
“Worth Discussing: Two Books by David Kelsey” [Between Athens and Berlin: The Theological Education Debate, Grand Rapids 1993; To Understand God Truly: What’s Theological about a Theological School, Louisville 1992], in Currents in Theology and Misson 22 (1995), 49-52.
“Worth Discussing: Why We Should Consider the Pope’s Moral Encyclical ‘Veritatis Splendor’” [John Wilkins (ed.), Considering Veritatis Splendor, Cleveland: The Pilgrim Press, 1994] in Currents in Theology and Mission 23 (1996), 200-209.
“God and the Search for Moral Truths” [J.B. Schneewind, The Invention of Autonomy: A History of Modern Moral Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1998], in The Christian Century 115 (1998), 1147-1151.
“Barth between McCormack and von Balthasar: A Dialectic” [Bruce L. McCormack, Karl Barth’s Critically Realistic Dialectical Theology: Its Genesis and Development 1909-1936, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995], in Pro Ecclesia 8 (1999), 105-109.
“Analogical Concept versus Analogical Judgment: Whose Aquinas, Which Rationality?A Discussion of Gregory P. Rocca’s Speaking the Incomprehensible God: Thomas Aquinas on the Interplay of Positive and Negative Theology (Washinton, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2004), in Nova et Vetera: The English Edition of the International Theological Journal 5 (2007), 215-234.
“After Analogy? Two Recent Contributions to a Perennial Conversation” [Wolfhart Pannenberg, Analogie und Offenbarung: Eine kritische Untersuchung zur Geschichte des Analogiebegriffs in der Lehre von der Gotteserkenntnis, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2007; Jean-François Courtine, Inventio analogiae: Métaphysique et ontothéologie, Paris: J. Vrin, 2005], in Reviews in Religion and Theology 16 (2009), 288-296.
“God, the University, and the Missing Link—Wisdom: Reflections on Two Untimely Books” [Alasdair MacIntyre, God, Philosophy, Universities: A Selective History of the Catholic Philosophical Tradition, Lanham/MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009; Benedict Ashley, O.P., The Way toward Wisdom: An Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Introduction to Metaphysics, Notre Dame/IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006), forthcoming in The Thomist 73/2 (2009).

Reviews (Selection):

Walter E. Wiest and Elwyn A. Smith. Ethics in Ministry: A Guide for the Professional. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 18 (1991), 125f.
Renate Köbler. In the Shadow of Karl Barth: Charlotte von Kirschbaum. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1989. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 18 (1991), 126f.
Roger C. Betsworth. Social Ethics. An Examination of American Moral Traditions. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1990. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 18 (1991), 128.
Paul Wadell. Friendship and the Moral Life. Notre Dame: UNDP, 1989. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 18 (1991), 216.
David Walsh. After Ideology: Recovering the Spiritual Foundations of Freedom. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1990. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992), 57.
Stephen E. Fowl and L. Gregory Jones. Reading in Communion. Scripture and Ethics in Christian Life. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992), 215f.
Robert N. Bellah et. al. The Good Society. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. In: Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992), 216f.
Glenn Tinder. The Political Meaning of Christianity. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1991. In: Currents in Theology and Mision 19 (1992), 293f.
Wolfhart Pannenberg. Systematic Theology. Vol.1. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991. In Modern Theology 9 (1993), 90-93.
John Milbank. Theology and Social Theory. Beyond Secular Reason. Oxford/Cambridge,MA: Basil Blackwell, 1990. In Currents in Theology and Mission 20 (1993), 63.
Jean Porter. The Recovery of Virtue: The Relevance of Aquinas for Christian Ethics. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1990. In Currents in Theology and Mission 20 (1993), 138.
L. Gregory Jones. Transformed Judgment. Toward a Trinitarian Account of the Moral Life. Notre Dame: UNDP, 1990. In Currents in Theology and Mission 20 (1993), 137.
George Hunsinger. How To Read Karl Barth. The Shape of His Theology. Oxford/London: Oxford University Press, 1991. In Currents in Theology and Mission 20 (1993), 296-297.
Charles Taylor. The Ethics of Authenticity. Cambridge,MA/London: Harvard University Press, 1991. In Currents in Theology and Mission 20 (1993), 298-299.
Ted Peters. God as Trinity: Relationality and Temporality in Divine Life. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1993. In Currents in Theology and Mission 21 (1994), 138.140.
Brian Davies. The Thought of Thomas Aquinas. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. In Currents in Theology and Mission 23 (1996), 54-55.
Nigel Biggar. The Hastening that Waits: Karl Barth’s Ethics. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. In Currents in Theology and Mission 23 (1996), 52-53.
Colin E. Gunton. The One, the Three, and the Many: God, Creation, and the Culture of Modernity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993. In Currents in Theology and Mission 23 (1996), 50-51.
Klaus Tanner. Der lange Schatten des Naturrechts: Eine fundamentalethische Untersuchung. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer 1993. In Nachrichten der Evangelisch-Lutherischen Kirche in Bayern 51 (1996), 311f.
Wolfgang Beinert and Francis Schüssler Fiorenza (ed). Handbook of Catholic Theology. New York: Crossroads 1995. In Currents in Theology and Mission 23 (1996), 214f.
Pamela M Hall. Narrative and the Natural Law: An Interpretation of Thomistic Ethics. Notre Dame: UNDP 1994. In Currents in Theology and Mission 24 (1997), 526.
Joseph A. Selling and Jan Jans (eds.), The Splendor of Accuracy: An Examination of the Assertions Made by Veritatis Splendor. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 1995. In Currents in Theology and Mission 24 (1997), 531-532.
Richard B. Hays, The Moral Vision of the New Testament: A Contemporary Introduction to New Testament Ethics. San Francisco: HarperCollins 1996. In Modern Theology 14 (1998), 454-457.
Kathryn Tanner, Theories of Culture: A New Agenda for Theology. Minneapolis: Fortress 1997. In Modern Theology 15 (1999), 499-501.
Eleonore Stump, Aquinas. London: Routledge 2003. In Modern Theology 21 (2005), 173-175.
Matthew Levering, Scripture and Metaphysics: Aquinas and the Renewal of Trinitarian Theology. Oxford: Blackwell 2004. In Pro Ecclesia 14 (2005), 108-110.
Michael S. Sherwin, By Knowledge & By Love: Charity and Knowledge in the Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press 2005. In Pro Ecclesia 15 (2006), 134-138.
Rudi A. Te Velde, Aquinas on God, Ashgate 2007. Forthcoming in Pro Ecclesia 17 (Fall 2008).
McCabe, Herbert, O.P., On Aquinas, Continuum 2008. In The Thomist 73 (2009), 151-157.