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PhD Student Wins Theological Essay Prize

last modified Nov 02, 2017 07:34 PM
Daniel K. Eng has received the Louise and Richard Goodwin Writing Prize for Excellence in Theological Writing.
PhD Student Wins Theological Essay Prize

Daniel K. Eng

Daniel won the prize for his essay, "Jesus' Shameless Message: Honor and Shame in the Parable of the Prodigal Son and its Significance for Immigrant Care and Refugee Relief."​

The Louise and Richard Goodwin Writing Prize for Excellence in Theological Writing was founded in 2001 to recognise upcoming scholars in the theological field. The writing prize is awarded by the Board of Directors of Theological Horizons, a non-profit corporation fostering reflection and responsibility in the church, the community, and the academy. Awards are given to essays that demonstrate:

  • creative theological thinking,
  • excellence in scholarship,
  • engagement with the Christian tradition, and
  • commitment to the well-being of the church.

Daniel is a PhD candidate in New Testament Studies and a student of Wolfson College. He is a graduate of Talbot School of Theology and a resident reader at Tyndale House, Cambridge.

An interview with Daniel can be found here.

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