Concordia University

Faculty members

Full-time faculty

  • Paul Allen
    Professor [Undergraduate & Honours Program Advisor], Theological Studies

    Theological anthropology, Political theology, Science and theology, Bernard Lonergan, theological method, modern theology
  • Matthew Robert Anderson
    Assistant Professor, Theological Studies
    Affiliate Professor, Loyola International College

    pilgrimage, Pauline studies,theology and film, New Testament, cultural studies, diversity and sustainability, Indigenous theology
  • Marie-France Dion
    Graduate Programme Director and Associate Professor, Theological Studies

  • André Gagné
    Associate Professor, Theological Studies
    Digital Fellow, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

    Early Christianity (New Testament, Nag Hammadi Library), Religious Extremism and Violence, Radicalization, Religion and Contemporary Culture
  • Christine Jamieson
    Undergraduate & Certificate Program Advisor and Associate Professor, Theological Studies

  • Jean-Michel Roessli
    Associate Professor, Theological Studies

    History of Christian Thought, Apocryphal Literature, History of Scholarship
  • Lucian Turcescu
    Graduate Program Director and Professor, Theological Studies

    Early Christianity / Patristics, Religion and Politics, Church-State Relations and Democratization, Ecumenism

Part-time faculty

  • Adriana Bara
    Lecturer, Theological Studies

  • Richard Bernier
    Assistant Professor, Theological Studies

  • Raymond Lafontaine
    Assistant Professor, Theological Studies

  • Brian Mcdonough
    Lecturer, Theological Studies

  • Sara Parks
    Assistant Professor, Theological Studies

  • Steven Richard Scott
    Assistant Professor, Theological Studies

    Ancient Near East, Hebrew Bible, Israelite Religion, Second Temple Judaism, Historical Jesus, New Testament, Early Christianity, and Gnosticsm
  • Sara Terreault
    Part-time Faculty, Theological Studies
    Part-time Faculty, School of Irish Studies

    Pilgrimage theory & practice; Celtic Christianity; historical & contemporary spiritual practices; contemplative traditions; theology & the arts; theology & culture; research methodology & pedagogy; Indigenous research methodology & pedagogy
  • Jonathan Waind
    Part-Time Professor, Theological Studies

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