Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


Eric Daryl Meyer

emeyer@fordham.edu


M.C.S. - Regent College (2008)
B.A. - Westmont College (2003)


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Eric Daryl Meyer does constructive theological work at the intersection of ecological theology, critical theory, and early Christian writings. In particular, he hopes to investigate the way that the appearance of animals in theological texts functions to clarify and define what it means to be human, an appearance that is freighted with significance for both ecology and spirituality. Other topics with more than a passing grip on his interests include questions of human suffering and divine passibility, the theological interpretation of Scripture, the function and status of theological language (esp. apophasis), and the role of tradition as a source in Protestant theology. Eric came to Fordham after a Master’s degree in Theology at Regent College (Vancouver, B.C.) and a Bachelor’s from Westmont College (Santa Barbara, CA) in Philosophy and Religious Studies. When given a free moment, he and his wife Carolyn can often be found climbing or hiking in the nearest range of mountains.

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