How is that Christians can affirm both an unbroken covenant with the Jews and also the universality and uniqueness of Christ? I’m currently working on a book, under contract with Fortress Press, reflecting on the theological issues at stake in Christian accounts of the people Israel—and proposing a path forward.
A few other recent essays from me:
“Newman, The Tubingen School, and Theories of Development,” in The Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology – co-authored with Grant Kaplan (forthcoming).
“Polarization and its Discontents,” Polarization in the US Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Beginning to Heal, ed. Konieczny, Camosy, and Bruce. (Liturgical Press. 2016).
“Divine Action and Human Action in St. Thomas Aquinas: An Analogia Legis,” in Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth: An Unofficial Protestant-Catholic Dialogue, ed. Bruce L. McCormack and Thomas Joseph White, O.P. (Eerdmans, 2013).
“Proposing a Christian Vision of Marriage: What the Dominican Tradition Can Teach Us,” in Nova et Vetera (Winter, 2013).
“Romans 9-11: Rereading Aquinas on the Jews” in Reading Romans with St Thomas Aquinas, eds. Matthew Levering and Michael Dauphinais. (CUA Press, 2012).