CHRISTOPHER P. KLOFFT
Assistant Professor of Theology (2001)
Department of Theology
B.A., Assumption College; English/Theology, 1991
Certificate in Bioethics, The Pope John Paul XXIII Medical-Moral Research and Education Center, 1991
S.T.B., The Catholic University of America; Theology, 1995
S.T.L., The Catholic University of America; Moral Theology, 1997
S.T.L. Thesis Title: “The Licitness of Pleasure as an End of the Marital Act: The Theological Approaches of Janet E. Smith, Lisa Sowle Cahill, and Christine E. Gurdorf.”
S.T.D., The Catholic University of America; Moral Theology, 2000
S.T.D. Thesis Title: “Moral Development, Virtue, and Gender: A Comparison of the Differing Accounts of Lisa Sowle Cahill, Servais Pinckaers, and Paul Evdokimov.”
Sample of Courses Taught
Undergrad: The Bible, Catholicism Today, The Early Church, Moral Theology, A Theology of Human Sexuality, The Nature of Theology
Sample of Publications
“Gender and the Process of Moral Development in the Thought of Paul Evdokimov,” Theological Studies March 2005.
Sample of Presentations
“An Introduction to Contemporary Catholic Teaching on Sexual Ethics.” The Knights of Malta. November, 2004, November, 2002, and November, 2001.
Radio Interview (National): “The Tragedy at Columbine: Who is to Blame?” The Ken Withum Show, WBZ Radio 1030 AM. April 25, 1999.