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Assistant Professor of Theology
Phone: (712) 722-6332
David Moser is a theologian studying Christology and Trinitarian theology. He is particularly interested in these doctrines as they appear in medieval and Reformed scholastic theology. He is delighted to teach scripture and theology at Dordt, where his goal is to help students know and love the LORD with all their hearts and minds. He is married to Heather, and they have three children.
Ph.D., Religious Studies (Systematic Theology), Southern Methodist University, 2021
M.Div., M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2016
B.A., Cedarville University, 2011
“The Flesh of the Logos, Instrumentum divinitatis: Retrieving an Ancient Christological Doctrine,” (forthcoming at The International Journal of Systematic Theology).
“Tools for Interpreting Christ’s Saving Mysteries in Scripture: Aquinas on Reduplicative Propositions in Christology,” Scottish Journal of Theology 73, no. 4 (2020): 285-94.
“Corpus Mysticum: A Response to Profs. Vanhoozer, Horton, and Allen,” Pro Ecclesia 29, no. 1 (2020): 53-67.
“Totus Christus: A Proposal for Protestant Christology and Ecclesiology,” Pro Ecclesia 29, no. 1 (2020): 3-30.
“Divine Simplicity, Triune Action, and Appropriation in Augustine and Aquinas,” The Lord is One: Reclaiming Divine Simplicity, eds. Joseph Minich and Onsi A. Kamel (Lincoln, NE: Davenant Press, 2019), 81-94.
Christology, the Trinity, Judaism & Christianity, medieval theology, Reformed theology, ecclesiology
Introduction to Christian Philosophy
Ancient and Medieval Theology