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Kaylie Page,

Kaylie Page

Kaylie Page is a student in Christian Theological Studies. Her primary research focuses on Christology in the patristic and medieval periods, with particular attention to how varying ways of articulating Christ's identity as the divine Son of God enfleshed affect the direction of spirituality and the interpretation of Scripture. Before studying at Duke, she completed an MAR in Philosophical Theology at Yale Divinity School, and a BA in University Scholars, focusing on Great Texts, theology, and German, from Baylor University.

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Recent Publications

  1. Page, KG, Raised Imperishable, Lumen Et Vita, vol. 9 no. 2 (May, 2019), pp. 56-66, Boston College University Libraries [doi]  [abs]

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