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Alex miller

amiller60@fordham.edu


A.B. - Georgetown University
MA - Early Christian Studies, University of Notre Dame
MA - Christian Near Eastern Studies, The Catholic University of America


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Research Interests:  Theological anthropology (particularly as it relates to various camps of the christological controversies), theological epistemology in Latin, Greek, and Syriac thinkers, early and ressourcement ecclesiology, modes of theological discourse (treatises, homilies, letters, poetry, hagiography).



Alex Miller is a student of historical theology interested in doctrinal controversies of the early Church, particularly in learning about how and why these theological issues were felt in the daily lives of ordinary Christians. As a result, he has also been drawn into the renewed attention to the early Church in 19th and 20th century thinkers (Newman, Gueranger, Nouvelle Théologie). He began this pursuit with a foundation in theology and philosophy at Georgetown University, where he wrote his honors thesis on Gregory Nazianzen and J.H. Newman. Turning his attention to the historical and philological work (Greek, Latin, Syriac, and Coptic) needed to study the early Church, Alex earned an MA in Early Christian Studies at the University of Notre Dame, and this lead to an MA in Christian Near Eastern Studies at The Catholic University of America, where he spent two years improving his Syriac, Coptic, and Armenian. Finally, Alex has returned Theology at Fordham University to put these tools to use.

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