Dr. Jeannine Graham – Jesus’ Exclusive Connection To Human Nature


On this episode of You’re Included, Dr. Jeannine Graham helps us understand and appreciate the depth and meaning of Jesus’s exclusive connection to human nature as the One for the Many, our union with Christ by the Holy Spirit and his continuing ministry in our place and on our behalf.

About Dr. Jeannine Graham –
Is Currently the Associate Professor of Religious Studies, George Fox University in Newburg, OR.
Education:
She received her B.A. at Whitworth College (now university); M.Div. at Fuller Seminary; and Ph.D. at Univ. of Aberdeen, under the direction of Prof. James B. Torrance.
She has taught theology at several schools, Sterling College (Sterling, KS); Whitworth College (Spokane, WA); as adjunct teacher for Fuller Seminary ; currently teaching at George Fox University (Newberg, OR)
She is the author of the book: Representation and Substitution in the Atonement Theologies of Dorothee Sölle, John Macquarrie and Karl Barth, Peter Lang 2005.
And author of an informative journal article: “The ‘One for the Many’ Theme in James Torrance’s Theology” in Participatio, the Journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship, 2014.

Grace Communion Seminary – www.gcs.edu

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