Dr. Frederick Aquino

Frederick Aquino
Dr. Frederick Aquino

Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

Classes:

Systematic Theology I

Systematic Theology II

Philosophy of Religion

Contemporary Religious Thought

Christian Ethics

Prior Education:

Abilene Christian University (B.A. in Biblical Studies, M.A. in New Testament Greek, and M.Div.)

Southern Methodist University (Ph.D. Dec. 2000)

Frederick teaches theology, philosophy, and ethics, specializing in the area of religious epistemology. He has written Communities of Informed Judgment: Newman’s Illative Sense and Accounts of Rationality (Catholic University of America Press, forthcoming) and Unveiling Glory—co-authored with Jeff Childers in the Heart of the Restoration Series—forthcoming. In addition, he has published articles in Restoration Quarterly, Downside Review, Newman Studies Journal, and Christian Higher Education. Currently he is engaged in a collaborative project on the logic of canonical theism, scheduled to be published in two volumes (Eerdmans; the second volume will be edited by Aquino, William Abraham, and Jason Vickers).

In the 2000-2001 academic year, Frederick received the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award in the College of Biblical Studies. Frederick has served as the preaching minister for the Sidney Church of Christ (Sidney, TX), Adult Education Minister for the Preston Road Church of Christ (Dallas, TX), Youth Minister for the Hawley Church of Christ (Hawley, TX), Editorial Assistant for the Journal of Biblical Literature (Southern Methodist University). Currently, he serves as the editor of the Journal for Case Teaching. Frederick and his wife Michelle have a 4-year son David and a 11 month old daughter Elizabeth.

You may reach Dr. Aquino by e-mail at aquino@bible.acu.edu

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