Associate Professor, Torrey Honors
Adam Johnson is a theologian who focuses on the doctrine of the atonement, exploring the many ways in which the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ effect the reconciliation of all things to God. He and his family lead the Torrey National Parks class every summer.
“Atonement and Theodicy,” in T&T Clark Companion to Suffering and Theodicy, ed. Matthias Grebe and Johannes Grösl. New York: T & T Clark. Manuscript due Dec. 2021.
“Barth’s Doctrine of the Atonement,” in Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Karl Barth, ed. George Hunsinger and Keith Johnson. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. Under Contract. Manuscript submitted Aug. 2017.
“Atonement: The Shape and State of the Doctrine,” in T&T Clark Companion to the Atonement, ed. Adam J. Johnson. New York: T & T Clark, 2017.
“Atoning Wisdom: The Wisdom of God in the Way of Salvation,” with Kyle Strobel, in Locating Atonement,” ed. Oliver Crisp and Fred Sanders. Grand Rapids, Zondervan, Nov. 2015
“Stellvertretung and Identity,” in Being Saved: Explorations in Soteriology and Human Ontology, ed. S. Mark Hamilton, Joshua Farris, and Marc Cortez. London: SCM. 8,000 words. Under Contract. Manuscript submitted Jan. 2018