Boston College Theology Prof. Stephen Brown Elected VP of Academy of Catholic Theology
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. (June 2013) – Boston College Professor of Theology Stephen F. Brown has been elected to the position of vice president of the Academy of Catholic Theology for 2013-14. He will succeed to the post of president of the academy in 2014-15.
Brown has been a faculty member at Boston College since 1979. His teaching and research interests are medieval theology and philosophy. He has served as president of the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy.
His numerous publications include: Saint Bonaventure: The Journey of the Mind to God, Aquinas: On Faith and Reason, Catholicism & Orthodox Christianity (co-author Khaled Anatolios), and Protestantism.
The Academy of Catholic Theology’s principal purpose is to foster theological work of the highest intellectual standard that is faithful in the Spirit to the Revelation of God in Christ, as that Revelation has been handed on in Scripture and Tradition, and authoritatively interpreted by the Magisterium.
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