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Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
Matthew J. Thomas, DPhil
Office Location: East 208

Education

DPhil, University of Oxford

MCS, Regent College

BA, Pepperdine University 

Matthew J. Thomas, DPhil

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

Dr. Thomas holds a DPhil in New Testament and Patristics from the University of Oxford and has published extensively including his recent book, Paul's “Works of the Law” in the Perspective of Second Century Reception, which received the Jesus Creed “Book of the Year” Award.  He has published numerous articles in publications such as New Testament StudiesStudia Patristica, and Nova et Vetera. He and his wife Leeanne wrote the introduction and commentary for 1 and 2 Maccabees in the Ignatius Study Bible, which is soon to be released. 

Dr. Thomas has previously served at the University of Oxford, Regent College, St. Patrick's Seminary, and Franciscan University.

His book for the Popular Patristic Series is forthcoming, focusing on Clement of Rome.

Old Testament Prophets (OT-2149)

Old Testament Wisdom Literature (OT-2600)

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