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Recent alumni publications

Jakob Karl Rinderknecht, Mapping the Differentiated Consensus of the Joint Declaration. (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2016).

Martin C. Albl, Reason, Faith, and Tradition: Explorations in Catholic Theology, Revised Edition (Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2015).

Elizabeth A. Dreyer, Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church (NowYouKnowMedia) 

Joseph Flipper, Between Apocalypse and Eschaton: History and Eternity in Henri de Lubac, will be released in paperback by Fortress Press May 2015.

Michele Saracino, Christian Anthropology: An Introduction to the Human Person, Paulist Press Book Center, 2015. ISBN: 9780809149254.

Jacob Shatzer, A Spreading and Abiding Hope: A Vision for Evangelical Theopolitics (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, an Imprint of Wipf and Stock, 2015).         

Kent J. Lasnoski, Vocation to Virtue: Christian Marriage as a Consecrated Life(Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2014).

David J. Luy, Dominus Mortis: Martin Luther on the Incorruptibility of God in Christ (Minneapolis MN:Fortress Press, 2014).


Theology Department Mission Statement

Theology Department Mission Statement

Marquette University defines itself as Christian, Catholic, Jesuit, urban, and independent. The Department of Theology functions within the university to investigate and understand the Catholic tradition, its relation to other Christian communions, and to other religions of the world. Read more of our mission statement.