Stephen L. Martin, Ph.D., Appointed Assistant Professor of Theology at Immaculata University

Immaculata University announces that Perkasie, PA, resident Stephen L. Martin, Ph.D., has been appointed Assistant Professor of Theology.
Previous to accepting the position at Immaculata, Dr. Martin taught at Seton Hall University as an assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies. As adjunct professor at St. Bonaventure University, he taught courses on "Nature of Religious Experiences," "Catholic and Franciscan Heritage" and "The Intellectual Journey." Dr. Martin also served as a teaching assistant at Marquette University in the Theology Department and at Colorado State University in the Economics Department.
Dr. Martin has numerous publications and presentations to his credit, including Healing and Creativity in Economic Ethics: The Contribution of Bernard Lonergan´s Macroeconomic Dynamics, "Jesus on the Dock: Social Sin and Soteriology in On the Waterfront," and "Incipiently Fascist? A Critique of John Milbank´s Critique of Catholic Social Teaching from Gaudium et Spes Onward."
During his time at Seton Hall University, Dr. Martin served on several committees and was co-chair for the Faculty Senate Instructional Technology Committee. In addition, he served as chair of the Curriculum Committee for the Department of Religious Studies from 2001-2004. Actively involved with the Center for Catholic Studies, Dr. Martin participated in many symposiums and advisory boards. He is an active member of many professional societies including the Society of Christian Ethics and the College Theology Society.
Dr. Martin´s educational and academic background is a unique combination of religion, economics and technology. He received a B.S. of Economics at Bradley
University in Peoria, Illinois in 1978. In 1991, Dr. Martin received his M.A. in Theology from Christ the King Seminary and in 2000, a Ph.D. from Marquette University,
Immaculata University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.

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