Can Science Beat Up Religion? (Encore)
Christopher T. Baglow is from New Orleans, LA. He has a B.A. in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville, an M.A. in Theology from theUniversity ofDallas and a Ph.D. in Theology fromDuquesneUniversity.
Dr. Baglow has taught theology for 13 years, including three years as a Junior Professor at Saint JosephSeminaryCollegein Covington, Louisiana, where he also served as Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Apostolic Formation and the Chair of the Division of Philosophy and Theological Studies. He also founded and directed the first two Abbey Youth Festivals and founded the New Evangelization Society. In March, 2003, Dr. Baglow became the first appointee to the Sue Ellen M. Canizaro Chair in Catholic Theology at Our Lady of Holy Cross College inNew Orleans, where he served for six years as Chair of the Department of Theology.
In July 2009, Dr. Baglow began a full-time position at Notre Dame Seminary, where he now serves as Professor of Theology and Director of the Master of Arts Program in Theological Studies for lay students.
Dr. Baglow’s first book, Modus et Forma: A New Approach to the Exegesis of Saint Thomas Aquinas, was published in the Analecta Biblica Series of the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Romein 2002. In addition, he has published several articles on the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, and will publish his second book, Faith, Science, Reason: Theology on the Cutting Edge with Midwest Theological Forum in October 2009.
Chris currently lives inCovington,LAwith his wife Christine, their daughter Margaret and their sons John and Peter George.
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