Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton

John F. Weatherly Professor of Religion | Director, Master of Liberal Arts Program

Texas Christian University

 

teaching: SPRING 2019

Religion and the Wisdom Books

TuTh 11:00am-12:20pm, BEA 105

Theology and Literature

TuTh 2:00pm-3:20pm, BEA 323

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Office: BEA 303 | Office Hours: 8:30am-10:00am, TuTh

Phone: (817) 257-6445

Email: d.middleton2@tcu.edu

2019 marks the Bicentenary of the birth of Mary Ann Evans, better known as George Eliot, in Nuneaton, England, on 22nd November, 1819. Numerous conferences, special events, and commissioned books are being scheduled to celebrate this  anniversary . My new publication,   George Eliot: Literary Portals to Prayer  , is one such timed release. Rather than resembling the heavily-annotated critical studies that are expected of me, this little book seems to work best as a literary  lectio divina  – with an impish, poignant, and decidedly unsychophantic nod to  Alexander Main .

2019 marks the Bicentenary of the birth of Mary Ann Evans, better known as George Eliot, in Nuneaton, England, on 22nd November, 1819. Numerous conferences, special events, and commissioned books are being scheduled to celebrate this anniversary. My new publication, George Eliot: Literary Portals to Prayer, is one such timed release. Rather than resembling the heavily-annotated critical studies that are expected of me, this little book seems to work best as a literary lectio divina – with an impish, poignant, and decidedly unsychophantic nod to Alexander Main.

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News & Work

My latest publication, George Eliot: Literary Portals to Prayer, is now available.

Also, the online issue of The Athenaeum Review now features my "Best Books in Christian Historical Fiction" essay.

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