Dr. Keith Lemna
Department: Systematic Theology
Title: Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology
- BA (Indiana Universtiy, 1998)
- MA (Saint Meinrad School of Theology, 2000)
- PhD (Catholic University of America, 2007)
Dr. Lemna has taught at The Catholic University of America,
Belmont Abbey College, and Saint Joseph College.
Since completing his dissertation in 2007, in which he explored
the Trinitarian theological cosmology of the French theologian
Louis Bouyer, he has continued to research the meeting of
Trinitarian metaphysics, cosmology, and culture in modern theology.
He has explored the interrelation of these themes in Bouyer, Hans
Urs von Balthasar, and John Henry Newman, among others.
Since the time of his dissertation, he has had articles
published or accepted for publication in The Heythrop
Journal, Nova et Vetera, Communio,
International Philosophical Quarterly, and
Antiphon. He has contributed to the revised edition of
The New Catholic Encyclopedia and to The Encyclopedia
of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social