Terrence P. Reynolds
Ethical Perspectives on the Media (IPJ)
Dr. Reynolds has been an associate professor in the department of theology at Georgetown University since 1991. Prior to Georgetown, he taught at Connecticut College, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and Brown University.
In 2001, Reynolds received the Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence from the Georgetown University's liberal studies program, as well as the Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching. His published work includes The Coherence of Life Without God: The Problem of Earthly Desires in the Later Theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and The Phenomenon of Religious Faith.
Reynolds is the author of several articles published in reference journals such as The Journal of Religious Ethics and the Concordia Theological Quarterly. He earned a bachelor's degree from Queens College, a Masters of Divinity at Concordia Theological Seminary, a master's degree in theology from Princeton Theological Seminary and a doctorate in religious studies from Brown University.
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