North American Baptist Theologians 5: Barry Harvey

Ph.D. – Duke (1987)

Professor of Theology, Baylor

Selected Publications

“Insanity, Theocracy, and the Public Realm: Public Theology, the Church, and the Politics of Liberal Democracy,” Modern Theology 10 (January 1994): 27–57.

“The Body Politic of Christ: Theology, Social Analysis, and Bonhoeffer’s Arcane Discipline,” Modern Theology 13 (July 1997): 319–346.

“Round and Round About the Town: The Ecclesial Dimensions of Living In the Truth,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 25.1 (Spring 1998): 105-114.

Another City: An Ecclesiological Primer for a Post-Christian World (Trinity Press International, 1999)

‘Doctrinally Speaking: James McClendon on the Nature of Doctrine’, Perspectives in Religious Studies 27.1 (Spring 2000), pp.39-60

“The Eucharistic Idiom of the Gospel,” Pro Ecclesia 9 (Summer 2000): 297–318

“Where, Then, Do We Stand?: Baptists, History, and Authority,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 29.4 (Winter 2002), 359-380.

‘Beginning in the Middle of Things: Following James McClendon’s Systematic Theology‘, Modern Theology 18.2 (April 2002)

‘Re-Membering the Body: Baptism, Eucharist and the Politics of Disestablishment’ in Anthony R. Cross and Philip E. Thompson (eds.), Baptist Sacramentalism (Paternoster, 2003)

‘Imagination and the nature of evil’, Theology Today 63.4 (2007), 450-458

Can These Bones Live? A Catholic Baptist Engagement with Ecclesiology, Hermeneutics, and Social Theory (Brazos Press, 2008)

‘Society as a Function of Education’ in Roger Ward and David Gushee (eds.), The Scholarly Vocation and the Baptist Academy: Essays on the future of Baptist Higher Education (Mercer, 2008)

‘Preserving the world for Christ’, Scottish Journal of Theology 61 (2008)

‘The Labortatory of the Living Word – Paul Lehmann on Conscience, Church, and the Politics of God’ in Philip G. Ziegler and Michelle J. Bartel (eds.), Explorations in Christian Theology and Ethics: Essays in Conversation with Paul L. Lehmann (Ashgate, 2009)

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