Jack Louis Pappas

Jack Louis Pappas.


B.A. Philosophy - College of the Holy Cross, 2013

M.A. Philosophy - Boston College, 2014

M.T.S. Historical Theology - Boston College, 2017


Jack is a doctoral candidate in systematic theology with primary research interests at the intersection of fundamental theology, continental philosophy of religion, and theological metaphysics. His dissertation focuses on the theological reception of Martin Heidegger in the thought of Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthasar and its influence on recent currents of French phenomenology. He is also interested in patristics, philosophical hermeneutics, psychoanalysis, and theories of personhood in modern Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic theology.