Craig J. Slane

Craig J. Slane

Visiting Research Fellow (Spring 2012)

Craig J. Slane (Ph.D., Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago) is Frances Owen Distinguished Professor of Theology at Simpson University in Redding, California, where he has taught for sixteen years. A known Bonhoeffer scholar, he has published Bonhoeffer as Martyr (Brazos, 2004), contributed numerous book chapters and articles on Bonhoeffer's theology and legacy, and was selected as the Eberhard Bethge scholar-in-residence (Berlin, 2002). He has lectured frequently on Bonhoeffer in both North America and Europe. His recent scholarly interests include the problem of the Christian University in a post-Christian setting and the re-conception of Christian theology and history in light of René Girard's fundamental anthropology. He is married to Sandra Hamilton Slane and has two teenage children, Micaela and Marcus.

Craig’s CCT research project is entitled “Christian Scholarship and the Temptation of Sacred Violence.”


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