Eric J. Jenislawski
Where were you educated?
B.A., Physics and Philosophy, Yale College
M.A.R., Philosophical Theology, Yale University Divinity School
Ph.D. Cand., Systematic Theology, Catholic University of America
What classes do you teach?
Fundamentals of Doctrine I (Theo 101), Fundamentals of Doctrine II (Theo 102), Introduction to Old Testament (Theo 201), Introduction to New Testament (Theo 202), De Revelatione (Theo 305), De Verbo Incarnato (Christology) (Theo 312), Old Testament Exegesis (Theo 331), New Testament Exegesis: Pauline Letters (Theo 332), Ante-Nicene Fathers (Theo 341), and Thomistic Exegesis (Theo 495). [Courses taught elsewhere: The Catholic Epistles, The Gospel of John]
What is your favorite class to teach? Introduction to the Old Testament and Introduction to the New Testament
Do you have any hobbies? Computer technology, especially if it helps the academic life. Presocratic philosophy.
What do you like most about Christendom? The harmonious integration of prayer, fellowship and study.
What are your areas of expertise and/or research? Biblical Hermeneutics, Historical Theology, Catholic Systematic Theology
Where have you been published?
Review of What are the Gospels? A Comparison with Graeco-Roman Biography, Second Edition, by Richard A. Burridge, Faith and Reason 30:3-4 (Fall-Winter 2005).
"The Bread of Life: An Examination of the Eucharist as Bread Offering in the Early Church." Paper presented at the Eucharistic Conference of the University of Dallas, Irving, TX, 2000.
"Pope John Paul II and Jewish-Catholic Relations." Keynote address given before the Friends of John Paul II Foundation, Silver Spring, MD, in celebration of the Pope's 80th birthday. Hear O Israel: A Journal of Dialogue for Reconciliation 4 (Summer 2000): 23-33.
What kind of professional activities and associations are you active in? Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, American Catholic Philosophical Association
Mr. Eric J. Jenislawski
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