Adam Eitel Ph.D.

Adam Eitel

Associate Professor, Theology


Office: Braniff Graduate Building #264

Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary 
M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
B.A., Baylor University

Thomas Aquinas and the Invention of the Preacher (forthcoming)

Thomas Aquinas, Against the Assailants of the Worship of God and Religion, translated and introduced with by Adam Eitel (forthcoming)

“Barth and Medieval Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Karl Barth, eds. Paul D. Jones and Paul T. Nimmo (Oxford University Press, 2019), 86-100.

“Paul’s Refusal of Wisdom: Notes on ‘Philosophy’ in the Summa of Theology,” The Wisdom and Foolishness of God: First Corinthians 1-2 in Theological Exploration, eds. Christophe Chalamet and Hans-Christoph Askani (Fortress Press, 2015), 101-118. 

 “Auxilia and Principia? Humility and Fear in the Secunda Secundae,’ Studies in Christian Ethics (forthcoming). 2022

 “The State of the Question: A Review Essay in Response to Angela Knobel’s Thomas Aquinas and the Infused Moral Virtues and Recent Work on Aquinas ,” Nova et Vetera (forthcoming).  2022

 “The Protreptic of Summa Theologiae I-II, qq. 1-5,” The Thomist 81.2: 183-212.  2017

 “Virtue or Art? ‘Political Friendship’ Reconsidered,” Journal of Religious Ethics 44.2: 260- 77. 2016

Timothy P. Jackson, Political Agape. Emory University Studies in Law and Religion (Eerdmans, 2015) in Modern Theology 33.2: 299-301.  

David VanDrunen, Divine Covenants and the Moral Order. Emory University Studies in Law and Religion (Eerdmans, 2015) in Studies in Christian Ethics 30.1: 121-3.