JOHN SEHORN, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Theology
Following my completion of a B.A. in History at Arizona State University (2005), I began an M.A. program in Early Christian Studies at the University of Notre Dame. I immediately developed a deep fascination with the theology of the Fathers of the Church, and I was particularly drawn to their scriptural exegesis. When I finished my M.A. in 2008, I stayed on at Notre Dame to pursue a Ph.D. in the History of Christianity (2015). My dissertation focused on Origen of Alexandria’s homilies on Ezekiel, and I remain very interested in patristic theology and exegesis, as well as biblical studies and medieval theology.
Ph.D. in Theology (History of Christianity), University of Notre Dame (2015)
M.A. in Early Christian Studies, University of Notre Dame (2008)
B.A. in History, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University (2005)
Evangelization of the Ancient World
Jesus and the Gospels
Reading the Bible with the Fathers
City of God Summer Seminar for College Students
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