Spring 2020

“Lead Us Not into Temptation, but Deliver Us from Evil”

“And Lead Us Not into Temptation”—The Our Father as an Inquiry into Our Image of God

Helmut Hoping

“Who other than God led Jesus, who called him his Father, into the desert, the place of temptation . . . ?”

Hamartia, Evil, and Deity in Archaic and Classical Greek Thought

Will Desmond

“To forgive, and not to harm those who cause them harm, would be an injustice scarcely conceivable—let alone a virtue to be cultivated.”

Sovereignty and Stewardship: Understanding Sin in the Old Testament

Anthony Pagliarini

“Any discussion of sin in the Old Testament is, in the last instance, a discussion of man’s ongoing creation.”

The Jewish Tradition of the Divine Presence, Sacrifice, and Substitutive Suffering

Veronica Chiari A. Dy-Liacco

“The interior command is to an infinite responsibility for the other who faces me.”

Unmasking the Pharaoh in the Garden of Eden: A Canonical Reading of Genesis 2–3

Matthew A. Tsakanikas

“Moses knew that the Christ would give a new name, not just to Abram and Sarai, but to us all.”

The Nature of Original Sin

Gustav Siewerth

“It belongs to the ‘image’ of God to be more than mere human being because he comes from God and is therefore oriented toward God and his grace in the deepest depths of his soul.”