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Dr Nadia Delicata
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Nadia Delicata received her theological formation at the Toronto School of Theology, an ecumenical consortium affiliated with the University of Toronto. Her research has deepened progressively on the question of human flourishing: first, on how the desire for flourishing is a natural law grounded in our being created in the image of God, through the dissertation, “A Christology for Christians in the World: The Challenge of Inter-Religious Dialogue as Ethical Praxis”; later, a study of the holistic vision of Christian moral and spiritual formation in the early church, titled, “Scriptural Exegesis in Early Christian Formation: Origen’s Commentary on the Gospel of John as a Case Study”; and most recently through her doctoral work, “On Becoming a Christian: Towards a Renewal of Contemporary Christian Formation.” Through two Research Fellowships at the University of Toronto, she has explored two pertinent themes on the role of the Christian life in the global village: a hermeneutics of digital culture through the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology, and the role of religion in the public sphere through the Centre for the Study of Religion. Through the years, Nadia has presented several papers at conferences and public lectures, in particular on her primary research interest, the challenges to a Christian moral and spiritual formation in the digital age.

 

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Journal Articles
“Religion and Violence: The Paradox of a Human Tragedy.” Religious Studies Review 35 no. 1 (2009): 13-22.
“The Trinitarian Christology of Jacques Dupuis, S.J.” Didaskalia 19 no. 1 (2008): 23-49.
“Evelyn Underhill’s Quest for the Holy: A Lifetime Journey of Personal Transformation.” Anglican Theological Review 88 no. 4 (2006): 519-536.
Farrugia, Nadia et al. “Staged Present: Attending to the Mystical on the Stage of Working Memory.” Xjenza: Journal of the Malta Chamber of Scientists 4 no. 1 (1999): 22-31.

Book Reviews
Alison, James. Broken Hearts and New Creations: Intimations of a Great Reversal. New York: Continuum, 2010, Theological Studies (forthcoming).
Paddison, Angus. Scripture: A Very Theological Proposal. London: T&T Clark International, 2009, Toronto Journal of Theology 27 no. 1 (2011): 139-140.
Nichols, Aidan. Scattering the Seed: A Guide through Balthasar’s Early Writings on Philosophy and the Arts. Washington: Catholic University of America, 2006, Theological Studies 69 no. 1 (2008): 235.
McLuhan, Marshall. The Classical Trivium: The Place of Thomas Nashe in the Learning of his Time. Corte Madera, CA: Gingko Press, 2005, Toronto Journal of Theology 23 no. 1 (2008): 89-91.
Penner, Myron B. ed. Christianity and the Postmodern Turn: Six Views. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Brazos Press, 2005, Toronto Journal of Theology 22 no. 1 (2007): 254-256.
Ojara, Pius, and Patrick Madigan. Marcel, Girard, Bakhtin: The Return of Conversion. Bern: Peter Lang, 2004, Theological Studies 68 no. 1 (2007): 196.


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