2012 winner of the CCED Dissertation Prize: Charles Raith, II, Ph.D. dissertation at Ave Maria University: "Aquinas and Calvin on Romans: Theological Exegesis and Ecumenical Theology"; director: Matthew Levering
2011 winner of the CCED Dissertation Prize: Ryan Peterson, Ph.D dissertation at Wheaton College: The Imago Dei as Human Identity: A Theological Interpretation, director, Henri Blocher
The Center for Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue (CCED) is pleased to announce the annual CCED Dissertation Prize. This prize will be awarded in recognition of the best doctoral dissertation that makes a contribution to Catholic-Evangelical dialogue, whether in the area of biblical, historical, or dogmatic theology. Candidates must submit an electronic copy of their dissertation to the CCED co-directors, Prof. Hans Boersma and Prof. Matthew Levering. Dissertations must be submitted prior to December 15 of the year in which the doctorate has been earned. The winner of the CCED Dissertation Prize will be announced by March 1 of the following year.
2012 winner of the CCED Book Prize: Edward T. Oakes, S.J., Infinity Dwindled to Infancy: A Catholic and Evangelical Christology (Eerdmans, 2011) (Amazon.com)
2011 winner of the CCED Book Prize: Todd Billings, The Word of God for the People of God: An Entryway to the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Eerdmans) (Amazon.com)
The Center for Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue (CCED) is pleased to announce the annual CCED Book Prize. This prize will be awarded in recognition of the publication of the book marking the most significant theological contribution to Catholic-Evangelical dialogue in any given year, whether in the area of biblical, historical, or dogmatic theology. Nominations may be submitted by publishers, while self-nominations are also welcome. All nominations must be accompanied by two copies of the book, one to be sent to each of the co-directors of the CCED: Prof. Hans Boersma; Regent College; 5800 University Blvd; University Blvd.; Vancouver, B.C. V6T 2E4; Canada; and Prof. Matthew Levering; Department of Religious Studies; University of Dayton; 300 College Park; Dayton, Ohio 45469-1530; USA. Nominations should be postmarked no later than January 15 of the year following the publication of the book. The winner of the CCED Book Prize will be announced by April 1.