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Christopher M. Hadley, S.J.

Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

 
B.A., St. John's College, Annapolis
M.Div., Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
S.T.L., Systematic Theology, Boston College STM
Ph.D, Religious Studies, Marquette University, Milwauee

Email: chadley@scu.edu

Phone: (510)549-5015
Office Hours: By appointment, Room 215 

 

 

Fr. Hadley came to JST in the Fall Semester of 2016 from a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Lonergan Research Institute at Regis College of the University of Toronto. His work for his Ph.D in 2015 from Marquette University in Milwaukee was on the trinitarian theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar. He theological interests are in topics related to ancient and modern trinitarian theology, Christology, pneumatology, and philosophical theology the in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions. He has also taught in the Philosophy Department of Gonzaga University as part of his Jesuit regency program. He has priestly faculties in both the Latin and Byzantine rites and serves in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland and the Melkite Greek Catholic Church of the US.

Courses Recently Offered

ST 2014: Foundations of Theology
STSP 2600: Theology & Spirituality of Priesthood

Publications and Talks

Articles

  • “Balthasar as Source for Teaching Theology in North American Higher Education,” in Handing on the Faith: Annual Volume 59 (2013) of the College Theology Society, eds. Matthew Lewis Sutton and William L. Portier (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2014), 65-74.

Papers / Reviews

  • “The Faith of Christ,” given January 29, 2016 with response for the Lonergan Research Institute Graduate Seminar, Regis College, University of Toronto.
  • “Shorter Notice: Christ and Analogy: The Christological Metaphysics of Hans Urs von Balthasar, by Junius Johnson,” for Theological Studies, Vol. 76, no.2 (June 2015): 389-90.
  • “Kenosis in Paul and Theosis in Gregory of Nyssa: Metaphors of Energy and Process in Dogmatic Theology,” given May 29, 2015 at the College Theology Society (CTS) Annual Meeting at the University of Portland.