Kenneth R. Melchin

Dr. Kenneth Melchin is professor of ethics in the Faculty of Theology and Director of the Lonergan Centre at Saint Paul University. He has been researching, publishing, teaching, and lecturing on the work of Lonergan for over 30 years.

His books include Transforming Conflict through Insight (with Cheryl Picard), Living with Other People (also published in French and Spanish), and History, Ethics and Emergent Probability; his articles appear in Theoforum, Theological Studies, Anglican Theological Review, Negotiation Journal, Lonergan Workshop, and Catholic Theological Society of America Proceedings, as well as many other journals and edited collections. His research focuses on theological ethics, business and economic ethics, peace and conflict, and social and political ethics. He is a founding board member of the Ethics Centre at Saint Paul University and member of the boards of the Research Centre for Vatican II and 21st Century Catholicism, and the Centre for Religious Education and Catechesis.

Peace requires the simple but powerful recognition that what we have in common as human beings is more important and crucial than what divides us.
Sargent Shriver
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