Bader Saye, Scott
Scott Bader Saye serves as Associate Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Scranton. He is best known for his work, Church, Israel and the Politics of Election (1999, reprinted 2005). His PhD is from Duke University and he also has an MDiv from Yale Divinity School, and a AB from Davidson College. His teaching and research interests include theology and culture, social ethics, political theology, suffering and violence, and Jewish-Christian dialogue.
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Post-Holocaust Hermeneutics: Scripture, Sacramnent & The Jewish Body of Christ, Cross Currents, Winter 2000
Jewish Engagements with Christianity [review of Christianity in Jewish Terms], Christian Century, Aug 2001.
Sticks & Stones (Ps 31.1-5; Acts 7.55-60; 1 Pet 2.2-10; Jn 14.1-4), Christian Century, April 2002.
To See & Not To See (Acts 17.22-31; Jn 14.15-21), Christian Century, April 2002.
Long Division (Acts 1.6-14; Jn 17.1-11), Christian Century, April/May 2002.
Israel & The Nations, review of Church & Israelby David B. Hart, First Things, Aug/Sept 2000
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