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Thomas M. Bolin

Professor of Theology and Religious Studies

B.A., St. Edward's University
M.A., Marquette University
Ph.D., Marquette University

Programs: Theology and Religious Studies, Classical Studies

Thomas M. Bolin has been at St. Norbert since 2002. Trained in Hebrew Bible and biblical languages, he teaches courses on the religious practices and literature of the ancient Near East and the Classical world. Since 2018 he has taken part in excavations of Roman remains in Rome and Pompeii. The author of three books and numerous essays and articles, his research focuses on the literature of early Judaism, the Books of Job and Ecclesiastes, and the history of biblical interpretation. A first generation college student and graduate of a Catholic, Liberal Arts institution, he loves being in the classroom with SNC students and considers it a privilege to be part of their undergraduate experience.

THRS 117 Theological Foundations
THRS 309 Biblical Exegesis and Research
THRS 314 Origins of Biblical Monotheism
THRS 322 Religious Heritage of the Hebrew Bible
THRS 327 Ancient Wisdom and the Modern Search for Meaning
THRS 339 World Scriptures
HEBR 101 Elementary Biblical Hebrew
HEBR 102 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew
HEBR 203 Readings in Biblical Hebrew

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