Bethany College Assistant Professor of Religion Adam Pryor, Ph.D., was invited to present at the “Incarnation and other Forms of Embodiment” conference at Copenhagen University hosted by the Centre for Naturalism and Christian Semantics.
Pryor will present his paper “The Body of Christ and Phenomenology of the Body” during the conference, which takes place from Dec. 5 to 8. Eleven papers from faculty in five countries will present.
Pryor came to Bethany in 2013. He earned his doctorate and certificate in women’s studies at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif., his Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary, and bachelor’s in theology and philosophy from Lenoir-Rhyne University.
He is a recipient of the George Mayr Foundation Scholarship, given to assist in the completion of his dissertation, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Grant for Advanced Theological Study, the Newhall Teaching and Research Fellowship grant, and a Charles H. Townes Graduate Student Fellowship. Pryor’s research interests include theology and science, and he will publish his first book, “The God Who Lives: Examining the Emergence of Lie and the Doctrine of God,” with Pickwick Publications in 2013. Pryor and his wife, a pastor, have two children, and then reside in McPherson.