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Austin Stevenson

Austin Stevenson

Office Phone: PhD Candidate in Christian Theology


Ph.D. Candidate, University of Cambridge (Supervisor: Andrew Davison)

Th.M. (Doctrinal Theology), Regent College, Vancouver (Supervisor: Hans Boersma, External Examiner: Markus Bockmuehl)

M.A. (Doctrinal Theology), Regent College, Vancouver

B.M. (Worship Arts), Colorado Christian University, Denver

Subject area and speciality

Christian Theology specialists:

The Consciousness of the Historical Jesus: A Thomistic Study

Research Interests

Thomas Aquinas


New Testament Studies

Patristic Theology



Key Publications

“The Self-Understanding of Jesus: A Metaphysical Reading of Historical Jesus Studies,” Scottish Journal of Theology (Forthcoming). 

"The Eternal Generation of the Son: The Christological Significance for Origen and Nicaea." Crux 79 (Fall 2015): 13–22.

Other Publications

“Trinitarian Spirit-Christology in Thomas Aquinas: Biblical Hermeneutics and the munus triplex,” Noesis Review, 5 (2018). 71–78

Forthcoming Book Review: “Dual Citizens: Two Natures Christologies and the Jewish Jesus by Kayko Driedger Hesslein (London: Bloomsbury, 2015)”Reviews in Religion and Theology.

Book Review: “The Trinitarian Christology of St Thomas Aquinas by Dominic Legge, O.P. (Oxford: OUP, 2017)” Reviews in Religion and Theology 25 (July 2018): 526–28.

Presentation: (Accepted) “The Ignorance of Christ: Christological Logic and Patristic Interpretations of Mark 13:32.” To be presented at the conference Identity and Tradition: Thomas Aquinas and the Church Fathers in Torún, Poland, 4-6 April 2019.

Presentation: “Historiography, Metaphysics, and Historical Jesus Studies.” Presented at the 2018 Michaelmas for the Cam. Grad Society for Philosophical Theology & Systematics.

Presentation: “The Doctrine of Eternal Generation from Origen to Athanasius.” Presented at the 2016 Regent College Academic Symposium.


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