Gilbert Stockson

Gilbert Stockson

History of Christianity
gstockso@nd.edu
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Education

B.A., History and Economics, magna cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, 2002

M.T.S., History of Christianity, University of Notre Dame, 2009

Profile

Specialization:

 

High and Late Medieval Scholastic Theology

 

Fields of Interest:

 

Theology of Thomas Aquinas

Franciscan theology: John Duns Scotus and William of Ockham

Reception of Medieval theology in the Reformation

Love and the Christian journey to God (love of God, neighbor, and self)

 

Teaching Competencies:

 

Medieval theology, both scholastic and spiritual

Reformations, both Protestant and Catholic

Divine-human interaction (providence, predestination, prayer, grace, merit)

Christology

Ecumenism

Twentieth-century theology

 

Teaching Experience:

 

Foundations of Theology: Biblical and Historical
The Religious Quest, Wheeling Jesuit University

Dissertation

"Charity, Reward, and “Mercenary” Intent in Thomas Aquinas and Gabriel Biel"

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