Ph.D., Historical and Systematic Theology, The Catholic University of America, Washington,
M.A., Theology, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
B.A., Religious Studies, Minor in Philosophy, University of Dayton, Dayton OH
Theodore James Whapham, Ph.D., presents nationally on contemporary systematic theology, field theory, Trinitarian personhood and a variety of other topics. His latest presentations include "Field Theory and Eschatology in Pannenberg," presented to the College Theology Society and “Trinity, Belief, and Imagination in the Spirituality of John Henry Newman,” presented to the Catholic Theological Society of America. Additionally, Whapham served as the panel organizer for “The Significance of Field Theory as a Conversation Partner for Contemporary Systematic Theology," presented to the College Theology Society.