Faculty and Staff

Mark Giszczak, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture

Mark Giszczak, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture
mark@augustine.edu
Phone: (303) 937-4420

Dr. Giszczak specializes in Old Testament Wisdom Literature as well as biblical theology and Catholic biblical interpretation. He joined the Augustine faculty in 2010. Dr. Giszczak has a passion for Scripture and loves helping Catholics read, pray, and understand the Bible.

His forthcoming publications include a commentary on Wisdom of Solomon in the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Series and an article titled “The Quest of the King in the Wisdom of Solomon,” in the Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha. He also recently published scholarly articles titled “The Rhetoric and Social Practice of Excommunication in 2 Thessalonians 3:6—15,” in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, and the “The Canonical Status of Song of Songs in m. Yadayim 3.5,” in the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament. He authored Light on the Dark Passages of Scripture (Our Sunday Visitor Publishing, 2015).

To learn more about Dr. Giszczak and follow his writings, visit his blog CatholicBibleStudent.com.


mark@augustine.edu
Phone: (303) 937-4420

Biography

Dr. Giszczak specializes in Old Testament Wisdom Literature as well as biblical theology and Catholic biblical interpretation. He joined the Augustine faculty in 2010. Dr. Giszczak has a passion for Scripture and loves helping Catholics read, pray, and understand the Bible.

His forthcoming publications include a commentary on Wisdom of Solomon in the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Series and an article titled “The Quest of the King in the Wisdom of Solomon,” in the Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha. He also recently published scholarly articles titled “The Rhetoric and Social Practice of Excommunication in 2 Thessalonians 3:6—15,” in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, and the “The Canonical Status of Song of Songs in m. Yadayim 3.5,” in the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament. He authored Light on the Dark Passages of Scripture (Our Sunday Visitor Publishing, 2015).

To learn more about Dr. Giszczak and follow his writings, visit his blog CatholicBibleStudent.com.


Education

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Biography

Dr. Giszczak specializes in Old Testament Wisdom Literature as well as biblical theology and Catholic biblical interpretation. He joined the Augustine faculty in 2010. Dr. Giszczak has a passion for Scripture and loves helping Catholics read, pray, and understand the Bible.

His forthcoming publications include a commentary on Wisdom of Solomon in the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Series and an article titled “The Quest of the King in the Wisdom of Solomon,” in the Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha. He also recently published scholarly articles titled “The Rhetoric and Social Practice of Excommunication in 2 Thessalonians 3:6—15,” in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, and the “The Canonical Status of Song of Songs in m. Yadayim 3.5,” in the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament. He authored Light on the Dark Passages of Scripture (Our Sunday Visitor Publishing, 2015).

To learn more about Dr. Giszczak and follow his writings, visit his blog CatholicBibleStudent.com.


Education

  • PhD Biblical Studies, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC (2013)
  • SSL, Pontifical Biblical Commission, Rome (2016)
  • SSB, Pontifical Biblical Commission, Rome (2014)
  • MA Sacred Scripture, Augustine Institute, Denver, CO (2007)
  • BPhil Philosophy and Theology, Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti, MI (2005)

Courses

  • Salvation History
  • Prophets
  • Psalms and Wisdom Literature
  • Pauline Literature
  • Jesus and the Gospels
mark@augustine.edu
Phone: (303) 937-4420
The Augustine Institute Graduate School is committed to the pursuit of wisdom in service of Catholic mission. All of our academic programs therefore seek, first, to allow students to make their own “all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3), which are found in Christ and passed down in the Sacred Tradition of the Catholic Church. Second, our programs prepare students to hand these treasures on to others effectively through evangelization and catechesis.