Hartman, Tim

Dr. Tim  Hartman

Dr. Tim Hartman

Assistant Professor of Theology

Phone: 404-687-4679

Email: HartmanT@CTSnet.edu

Office: CH306 / Box 16F

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Dr. Hartman’s research interests include contemporary Christian theologies worldwide, Christology, Lived Theology(the interrelationship between religious beliefs and practices), and the work of Kwame Bediako and Karl Barth.

Education:

  • PhD, University of Virginia
  • MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary
  • BA, Stanford University

Denomination:  Presbyterian Church (USA)

Publications

“The Promise of an Actualistic Pneumatology: Beginning with the Holy Spirit in African Pentecostalism and Karl Barth” Modern Theology, 2017, article
“Humanity and Destiny: a theological comparison of Karl Barth and African Traditional Religions” in Karl Barth and Comparative Theologies, ed. Christian Collins Winn and Martha Moore-Keish, Fordham University Press, 2017, chapter
“An Act of Theological Négritude: Kwame Bediako on African Christian Identity” in Religion, Culture and Spirituality in Africa and the African Diaspora, ed. William Acka, Routledge, 2016, chapter
“Lost in Translation: Postcolonial Reflections on ‘The Panare killed Jesus Christ’” Cross Currents 63:3 (September 2013): 328-349, 2013, chapter
"The Depth and Breadth of emergence Christianity: A Theological and International Perspective" in Currents in Theology and Mission (42:2, April), 2015, article
“Synkretismen nah und fern: Betrachtungen zur christlichen Identität inmitten von Pluralismus” SaThZ (Salzburger Theologische Zeitschrift) 19:1 (2015): 24-38, 2015, article
“Joy Made Complete: In Memory of Steve Hayner” Vantage 106:2 (Winter): 10-12, 2015, article
“Lost in Translation: Postcolonial Reflections on ‘The Panare killed Jesus Christ’” Cross Currents 63:3 (September): 328-349., 2013, article
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