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Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, Ph.D.
Title/s: Assistant Professor
Office #: Crown Center 313
CV Link: Radde-Gallwitz CV
Andrew Radde-Gallwitz has taught at Loyola since 2007. He teaches a number of courses in the history of Christianity and in the University's Honors Program. His book Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity (Oxford, 2009) is the winner of a Templeton Award for Theological Promise for 2011. In his research, he focuses on the emergence of Christian beliefs and practices in late antiquity, with particular focus on the origins of the doctrine of the Trinity. He also has a deep interest in the relationship between Platonism and Christian thought.
Ph.D. Emory University, 2007
M.T.S. Duke University Divinity School, 2002
B.A. Lipscomb University, 2000
- Gregory of Nyssa on the Trinity and Christ (monograph project)
- Various translation projects
Early Christian Theology (Patristics), especially Origen, Athanasius, Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and Didymus the Blind; Greek Philosophy in Late Antiquity
- Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity Oxford Early Christian Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).
- Basil of Caesarea, Against Eunomius, translated with introduction and notes by Mark DelCogliano and Andrew Radde-Gallwitz. Fathers of the Church 122 (Washington, D.C.: CUA Press, 2011).
- Athanasius and Didymus: Works on the Holy Spirit, translated with introduction and notes by Lewis Ayres, Mark DelCogliano and Andrew Radde-Gallwitz (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2011).
- Basil of Caesarea: A Guide to His Life and Doctrine, Cascade Companions (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2012).
- "Gregory of Nyssa's Pneumatology in Context: The Spirit as Anointing and the History of the Trinitarian Controversies," Journal of Early Christian Studies 19,2 (2011).
- "The Holy Spirit as Agent, Not Activity: Origen's Argument with Modalism and its Afterlife in Eunomius, Didymus, and Gregory of Nazianzus," Vigiliae Christianae 65 (2011): 227-248.
- "Pseudo-Dionysius, the Parmenides, and the Problem of Contradiction," in Kevin Corrigan & John D. Turner (eds.), Plato's Parmenides and its Reception in Platonic, Gnostic and Christian Neoplatonic Texts, Writings from the Graeco-Roman World (Atlanta and Leiden: SBL and Brill, 2010), volume 2, 243-54.
- 12th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa, September 14-17, 2010. Leuven, Belgium. The website includes draft translations, by the inestimable Stuart G. Hall, of Gregory's Contra EunomiumIII. Conference proceedings are forthcoming with Brill.
- North American Patristics Society
- Lloyd Gerson, ed. The Cambridge History of Philosophy in Late Antiquity, 2 Volumes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010).