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Newman Reading group at Franciscan University of Steubenville: An Interview with Dr. Theodore Harwood

by | May 28, 2020 | Education, Newman Today, Philosophy

About The Author

Daniel Waldow

Dan Waldow has a Master of Arts in Theology from Ave Maria University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Systematic Theology from Duquesne University. His writing has been published in the Newman Studies Journal, The International Journal of Systematic Theology, The Heythrop Journal, New Blackfriars, and Crisis Magazine.

National Institute for Newman Studies


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