Program of Liberal Studies
B.A., Lipscomb University; M.T.S., Duke Divinity School; Ph.D., Emory University
Andrew Radde-Gallwitz works on the intellectual history of Christianity from the second through the fifth centuries. In addition to his focus on early Christian doctrine, he studies late ancient Platonism and the tradition of negative theology. He has published two books on the Cappadocians and is finishing the “trilogy” with Gregory of Nyssa on the Trinity and Christ, which will appear with Oxford University Press. His monograph Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity (Oxford, 2009) received the Templeton Award for Theological Promise in 2011. With colleagues, he has published annotated translations of patristic texts: St. Basil of Caesarea: Against Eunomius with Mark DelCogliano (Fathers of the Church, Catholic University of America Press, 2011) and Athanasius and Didymus: Works on the Spirit with Mark DelCogliano and Lewis Ayres (St. Vladimir’s, 2011). His articles have appeared in the Journal of Theological Studies, Vigiliae Christianae, and the Journal of Early Christian Studies. Currently, he is the Series Editor and a translator for the Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings and serves on the Advisory Board of the Journal of Early Christian Studies.
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University of Notre Dame
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