Guerra, Marc D.
Marc D. Guerra, Associate Professor and Chair of Theology (2012)
Department of Theology
B.A., Assumption College, 1990
M.A., Assumption College; Theology, 1994
Ph.D., Ave Maria University; Theology, 2007
Sample of Courses Taught
Undergraduate: The Bible, The Early Church, Moral Theology, Catholicism Today, 20th Century Religious Thinkers, Augustine, Religion and Modernity, Christianity and Democracy, Bioethics.
Sample of Publications
- Co-Editor with Peter Augustine Lawler, The Science of Modern Virtue: On Descartes, Darwin, and Locke. (Forthcoming Northern Illinois University Press, October 2013).
- Editor, Pope Benedict XVI and the Politics of Modernity. (Forthcoming Routledge Publications, October, 2013).
- Editor, Jerusalem, Athens, and Rome: Essays in Honor of James V. Schall, S.J. (Forthcoming St. Augustine’s Press, July 2013).
- Christians as Political Animals: Taking the Measure of Modernity and Modern Democracy. ISI Books, 2010.
- Reason, Revelation, and Human Affairs. Lexington Books, 2001.
Sample of Presentations
“The Place of Liberal Education in Contemporary Higher Education”. Berry College. (April 2012).
“The Common Good in Catholic Social Thought”. Thomas Aquinas College. (January 2012).
“The One, the Many, and the Mystical Body”. Loyola University, Baltimore. (November 2011).
“The Two Lockes: A Mixed Blessing?” Princeton University. (February 2008).
“The Rejection of Political Theology: A Note on the Regensburg Lecture”. Georgetown University. (November 2007).
Professor Guerra is a member of the University of Chicago’s A New Science of Virtues Project Scholars Network, a co-director of the Stuck with Virtue Lecture Series, and a consulting Editor for the academic journal Perspectives on Political Science.