Dr. Lance Richey
Dr. Lance Richey holds doctorates in Philosophy (1995) and Theology (2004), both from Marquette University. He has taught a wide variety of courses in both disciplines, covering the history of the Western philosophical tradition, as well as undergraduate and graduate level courses in Sacred Scripture and Systematic Theology. He has a special interest in questions about the inspiration and canon of Scripture, as well as in the life and spirituality of St. Francis of Assisi.
In addition to publishing numerous articles on the history of philosophy, he also edited, annotated and wrote a lengthy introduction to a new edition of Anton Pannekoek’s Lenin as Philosopher (Marquette University Press, 2003). A revised version of his Theology dissertation, Roman Imperial Theology and the Gospel of John, was published in the Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series in 2007. He has also published articles on various aspects of the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, especially its importance for environmentalism, in The AFCU Journal: A Franciscan Perspective on Higher Education (on whose editorial board he serves) and The Cord: A Franciscan Spiritual Review.