Where am I?

Randall S. Rosenberg, Ph.D.


Boston College (Ph.D., Systematic Theology)

Aquinas Institute of Theology (M.A., Theology)

Saint Louis University (B.A., Philosophy)

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS (See CV for full list of Peer-Reviewed and Popular Publications)

"The Retrieval of Religious Intellectuality: Walker Percy in light of Michael Buckley," Renascence (Spring 2011).

"Christ's Human Knowledge: A Conversation with Lonergan and Balthasar," Theological Studies (December 2010).

“Lonergan on the Transcendent Orientation of Art,” Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature(Spring 2009): 141-151.

“Survivor Stories: The Bosnian Memory Project,” Commonweal, April 10, 2009.

“The Drama of Scripture: Reading Patristic Biblical Hermeneutics through Bernard Lonergan’s Reflections on Art,” Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 11:2 (Spring 2008): 126-148.

“The Catholic Imagination and Modernity: William Cavanaugh’s Theopolitical Imagination and Charles Taylor’s Modern Social Imagination,” Heythrop Journal 46 (November 2007): 911-931.

“Being-Toward-A-Death-Transformed: Aquinas on the Naturalness and Unnaturalness of Human Death,” Angelicum 83 (2006): 747-766.

“Newman on the Relationship Between Natural and Revealed Religion: His University Sermons and the Grammar of Assent, Newman Studies Journal 4:1 (Spring 2007): 55-68.

"Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Use of The Dramatic Time of Theater: Responding to a Political-Theological Concern” in God’s Grandeur: The Arts and Imagination in Theology, ed. David Robinson (Maryknoll: Orbis, 2007): 128-48.


Dr. Rosenberg is writing a book, John XXIII: A Complex Friend of Modernity (working title) (under contract with Paulist Press). He is also working on a book in the field of Theological Anthropology.


Introduction to Religious Studies

World Religions

New Testament Studies

Theological Anthropology (Graduate Course, Aquinas Institute of Theology)

Christology (Graduate Course, Aquinas Instittute of Theology)

Understanding Christian Faith

Literature and Drama in Theology

Spirituality, Religion, and Professional Practice

Religion and Immigration in St. Louis