Terrence Ehrman, CSC
Assistant Teaching Professor
Primary Field of Study: Systematic Theology
Ph.D. The Catholic University of America
Research and Training Interests
Theology of Creation
Ehrman, C.S.C., Terrence. “Joseph Ratzinger’s Debates with Gisbert Greshake: An Argument for the Resurrection of Matter.” Modern Theology 2019.
Ehrman, C.S.C., Terrence. “Serene Attentiveness to Creator and Creation.” In Pope Francis and the Event of Encounter, edited by Donald Wallenfang and John Cavadini, 93-112. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2018.
Ehrman, C.S.C., Terrence. “Ecology: The Science of Interconnections.” In The Theological and Ecological Vision of Laudato Si’, edited by Vincent Miller, 51-73. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017.
Ehrman, C.S.C., Terrence. “Evolution and Providence: Discovering Creation as Carmen Dei.” Theology and Science 13 (2015): 271-87.
Ehrman, C.S.C., Terrence. “Disability and Resurrection Identity.” New Blackfriars 96 (2015): 723-38.
Fr. Terrence P. Ehrman, C.S.C. investigates the relationship between theology and science, particularly the life sciences of ecology and evolution. His interests include understanding who God is as Creator, who we are as creatures, and what our relationship is to God, ourselves, and the natural world. He teaches courses in the theology department entitled Science, Theology, and Creation and Theology and Ecology. From 2016-19, Fr. Ehrman was the assistant director of the Center for Theology, Science, and Human Flourishing at Notre Dame. He has a B.S. in biology and M.Div. from Notre Dame, M.S. in aquatic ecology from Virginia Tech, and a Ph.D. in systematic theology from The Catholic University of America. He is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and was ordained a Holy Cross priest in 2000.