Varför blev Gud människa? Thomas av Aquino om inkarnationens motiv


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Varför blev Gud människa? Thomas av Aquino om inkarnationens motiv

February 15 at 19:00 - 20:00

Varför blev Gud människa? Thomas av Aquino om inkarnationens motiv (Why God Became Human: Aquinas on the Motives of the Incarnation)


Videokonferens och frågestund på svenska


Dr. Stefan Lindholm

Johannelunds teologiska högskola


15 Februari 2022

19:00 Rom/Stockholm


I den här föreläsningen kommer jag att diskutera de skäl eller motiv som Thomas av Aquino ger för inkarnationen, både i relation till hans övergripande teologiska vision och den skolastiska kontext han verkade. Jag kommer också att jämföra Thomas idé men några inflytelserika idéer om inkarnationens motiv i den kristna kyrkans historia.


In this lecture Professor Lindholm will discuss the reasons or motives that Thomas Aquinas gives for the incarnation, both in relation to his overall theological vision and the scholastic context he wrote in. He will also compare Aquinas’s account with some influential theological ideas about the motive of the incarnation in the history of the Christian Church.


Stefan Lindholm is Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Johannelund School of Theology, Uppsala, Sweden. For ten years he and his family lived and worked with L’Abri Fellowship in England and Sweden, welcoming spiritual seekers into a Christian study community. He is the author of Jerome Zanchi (1516-1590) and the Analysis of Reformed Scholastic Christology (Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2016). His research interests include: early modern scholasticism, philosophy of religion, Christology, the doctrine of God, transhumanism, AI/philosophy of mind and bioethics.

Example of lecture topics:

  •  Minds, humans and machines
  •  Moral bioenhancement
  •  The reception of Thomas Aquinas in early modern Protestantism
  •  The mystery and logic of the Incarnation


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February 15
19:00 - 20:00
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