Associate Professor of Theology
& Philosophy - email@example.com
Chris was born and raised in Winnipeg, MB. He has a Ph.D. in Theology and Ethics from Duke University; an M.A. and a B.A. in Philosophy from University of Manitoba; and a B.Th. from Canadian Mennonite Bible College.
Prior to coming to CMU, Chris was a part-time instructor in Philosophy at the University of Manitoba; a part-time instructor in Religion and Philosophy at Meredith College; and a part-time instructor in the University Writing Program at Duke University.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys riding his bike.
Menno Cross Blog
A Precarious Peace: Yoderian Explorations on Theology, Knowledge, and Identity. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 2006.
“Between Victory and Victimhood: Reflections on Martyrdom and Culture.” Direction 34:2 (2005): 228-240.
“What Should Mennonites and Milbank Learn from Each Other?” Conrad Grebel Review 23:2 (2005): 9-18.
“Patience, Witness, and the Scattered Body of Christ: Yoder and Virilio on Knowledge, Politics, and Speed.” In A Mind Patient and Untamed: Assessing John Howard Yoder’s Contribution to Theology, Ethics, and Peacemaking, ed. Ben C. Ollenburger and Gayle Gerber Koontz, 56-74. Telford, Pa.: Cascadia Publishing House, 2004.
“Jesus is God’s ‘revelation’ in a decisive sense not because he makes a dimly apprehended God clear to us, but because he challenges and queries an unusually clear sense of God: not because he makes things plainer—on the ‘veil-lifting’ model of revelation—but because he makes things darker.” Rowan Williams
“I still feel that variable gears are only for people over forty-five. Isn’t it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailleur? We are getting soft . . . As for me, give me a fixed gear!” Henri Desgrange, founder of the Tour de France