Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung
Apply monastic wisdom to your life. Read Prof. DeYoung's recent article "New Life in the Desert: Monastic Wisdom for Public Life"
Read about Prof. DeYoung's honor as second place winner of the C.S. Lewis Book Prize at the University of St. Thomas for her book Glittering Vices: a New Look at the Seven Deadly Sins and their Remedies.
Listen to a series of interviews with Prof. DeYoung about her book Glittering Vices from Open House radio in Australia. There are interviews on anger, envy, sloth, vainglory, and wrath.
Read an interview with Prof. DeYoung from Christianity Today.
- PhD, Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 2000
- MA, Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 1995
- B.A., Philosophy and Communication Arts & Sciences, Calvin College, 1993
- Fundamental Questions in Philosophy (153)
- History of Western Philosophy I (251)
- Plato and Aristotle (312)
- Aquinas (322)
- Ethical Theory (365)
- Philosophy Topics: The Seven Capital Vices (396)
- at Calvin Theological Seminary: The Seven Capital Vices in Contemporary Culture and the Christian Tradition (HTSH 387)
- PHIL-153 - Fundamental Questions in Philosophy
- PHIL-251 - History of Western Philosophy I
- PHIL-312 - Plato and Aristotle
- PHIL-322 - St. Thomas Aquinas
- PHIL-365 - Ethical Theory
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Seven Deadly Sins, Thomas Aquinas, Ethics, History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Vainglory: The Forgotten Vice
by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung
Published: December 3, 2014
read a review at the Church Connection blog
"Glittering Vices is a lucid, historically informed, and well-illustrated exploration of the seven deadly sins. DeYoung's book will unquestionably help teachers, students, and laypersons toward the Socratic and Christian goal of self-examination. This in an invaluable guide for anyone seeking self-understanding, spiritual growth, and philosophical insight."
–W. Jay Wood, Wheaton College
"Rebecca DeYoung gives us an in-depth, informing, and frequently fascinating look at the vices and why they glitter. For the believer, reading her words will become, in and of itself, an act of spiritual formation."
Aquinas’s Ethics: Metaphysical Foundations, Theological Context, and Moral Theory (University of Notre Dame, 2009). Co-authored with Colleen McCluskey and Christina Van Dyke.
"Holy Fear." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 86:1 (Winter 2012).
“Practicing Hope.” Plenary address, conference on the theological virtue of hope, Viterbo University, WI, March 2012.
“Courage” in Being Good: Christian Virtues for Everyday Life, Eds. Mike Austin and Doug Geivett. (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2012).
“Groundhog Day as Thomistic Therapy: Aquinas on the Vice of Sloth.” Invited lecture, Department of Humanities, Brenau University, Gainesville, GA, October 2011.
“When Image is Everything: The Vice of Vainglory,” invited lecture, Institute for Spiritual Formation, Biola University, October 2011.
“Preaching and Teaching the Vices,” workshop at Trinity Christian College, March 2011.
“The Seven Capital Vices and Spiritual Formation,” Wheaton College, February 2011.
“Aquinas on the Vice of Sloth: Three Interpretive Issues,” Thomist75:1 (January 2011).
“Pedagogical Rhythms: Practices and Reflections on Practices” inTeaching, Learning, and Christian Practices, eds. David Smith and James K.A. Smith (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2011).
“Desert Monks and Medieval Trees: Sources and Developments in the Seven Deadly Sins Tradition,” Pieter Bruegel Lecture Series, Calvin College, November 2010.
“The Vice of Vainglory,” Stob Lectures, Calvin College, November 2010.
Summer Research Seminar co-leader, with Robert Kruschwitz, “Capital Vices and the Christian Tradition,” Calvin Seminars for Christian Scholarship, Calvin College, June-July 2010.
“The Seven Capital Vices and Spiritual Formation,” Calvin Summer Seminars program evening
lecture, Calvin College, June 23, 2010.
7 one-hour interviews on Glittering Vices, “Open House” radio talk show, Australia, May 2010. http://www.hope1032.com.au/News-Detail.asp?cid=5&navid=5&NewsID=2051
“The Vice of Sloth: Some Historical Reflections on Laziness, Effort, and Resistance to the Demands of Love.” The Other Journal 10 (Fall 2007). Revised version forthcoming in Virtues and Their Vices, eds. Craig Boyd and Kevin Timpe, Oxford UP, 2012.
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