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The Strange Worlds of Apocalyptic, Christian Ethics, and Princeton Theological Seminary

Duff, Nancy J.

The following is a convocation address that was delivered in Miller Chapel at Princeton Theological Seminary on September 5, 2013. Although direct reference to the work of the New Testament scholar, J. Louis Martyn, is made frequently throughout the address, the influence of Christopher Morse also stands behind everything I say about the significance of apocalyptic for theology and Christian ethics. Christopher was my advisor in the Ph.D. program in Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary, starting in 1979, and continues to be my mentor and friend as well as conversation partner regarding all things apocalyptic.

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September 16, 2015
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