Lecturer in Ecclesiastical Latin
Junius Johnson received his PhD in systematic theology in 2010 from Yale University. He has been a lecturer at Yale Divinity School since 2007. He teaches courses in Ecclesiastical Latin and in systematic theology, with a primary interest in Medieval theologies.
"In this too the principle of analogy protects us, for as the self-emptying Christ comes more and more to resemble us in the form of our utter powerlessness and meaninglessness, there remains the ever-greater dissimilarity of the reality of his identity as very God, which must ultimately break through the bonds with which we are fettered. It is a descent in order to rise again, and this dimension is always in view, even and perhaps especially in the most tragic moments."
from Christ and Analogy: The Metaphysics of Hans Urs von Balthasar, p. 143
BA, Oral Roberts University
MAR, Yale Divinity School
MA, M.Phil., M.Phil. Ph.D. Yale University
Christ and Analogy: The Metaphysics of Hans Urs von Balthasar (dissertation), 2010.
Intro to Medieval Latin, Fall (recurring)
Survey of Medieval Latin Literature, Spring (recurring)
The Philosophical Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar, Fall 2010
Special Topics in Scholastic Latin: Christology, Spring 2010
Special Topics in Scholastic Latin: Trinity, Spring 2011
Fiction writing (fantasy, science fiction)
Music (French Horn, electric bass)