Professor of Religion (BA University of Missouri-St; Louis; MA St. Louis
University; Ph.D. St. Louis University) Dr. Bequette specializes
in medieval Christian thought, particularly as as this relates to
hagiography and rhetoric. His research interests also include
narrative theology, Christian humanism and the thought of John Henry
Email: Dr. Bequette
- Assistant Professor of Philosophy (B.A. Cardinal
Glennon College; M.A. St. Louis University; Ph.D. St. Louis University) Dr. Malone's interests are in ethics and the history of Moral Philosophy. Dr. Malone brings a broad background in the history of western Philosophy. He has also pursued research in biology and the philosophy of science.
Email: Dr. Malone
Associate Professor of Religion (B.S., Saint Joseph's College;
M.Div. Catholic Theological Union; Ph.D. Saint Louis University) Fr. McFarland's interests include pastoral and ecclesiological concerns in relation to moral theology and bioethics. He is also in interested in American Catholic history.
Email: Fr. McFarland
- Professor of Philosophy (B.A. University of Dayton;
S.T.B. Catholic University of Fribourg, S.T.L; Catholic University of Fribourg; Ph.L. Catholic University of
Louvain; Ph.D. Catholic University of Louvain) Dr. Nichols' teaching interests are in the Hebrew Scriptures, philosophy of science, the epistemology of the range of disciplines and interdisciplinary
pedagogies. Dr. Nichols continues to teach on a part-time basis.
Email: Dr. Nichols
- Assistant Professor of Philosophy (BA Cleveland State University;
M.A. Cleveland State University; Ph.D. Purdue
University) Dr Reuter's specialization lies in the areas of Philosophy of Religion and Metaphysics. He is also interested in Medieval Philosophy, classic American
Philosophy and ethics. He has an interest in the relationship of Science and Philosophy.
Email: Dr. Reuter
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