Antonio López, F.S.C.B.

Antonio López, F.S.C.B.


Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Phil.L., Universidad Complutense, Madrid (Spain)
S.T.B., Gregorian University
S.T.L., Weston Jesuit School of Theology
Ph.D., Boston College

Rev. López teaches and writes in the areas of Trinitarian theology, metaphysics, theological anthropology, and marriage.  He is the author of Spirit’s Gift: The Metaphysical Insight of Claude Bruaire (CUA Press, 2006), Gift and the Unity of Being (Wipf & Stock, 2013), and Rinascere: La memoria di Dio in una cultura tecnologica (Lindau, 2015). He has edited Retrieving Origins and the Claim of Multiculturalism (Eerdmans, 2015) and Enlightening the Mystery of Man: Gaudium et spes Fifty Years Later (Humanum Academic Press, 2018). He serves as editor of Humanum Academic Press and of the English Critical Edition of the Works of Karol Wojtyła and John Paul II, forthcoming from CUA Press.

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  • “Reading John Paul II's Catechesis on Human Love (Theology of the Body) as a Response to our Gnostic Culture.” Kann man so lieben? Beiträge der 3. Internationalen Tagung zur Theologie des Leibes in Eichstätt. Edited by Maria Gross and Janusz Surzykiewicz (Eos Editions Sankt Ottilien, 2018): 151-192.
  • Donum Doni: An Approach to a Theology of Gift” in Nicholas J. Healy and David C. Schindler (eds.), Being Holy in the World: Theology and Culture in the Thought of D.L. Schindler. (Eerdmans, 2011): 252-80.

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