|2009 - Present||Professor, The University of Notre Dame Australia ‐ School of Philosophy and Theology, Fremantle|
- Systematic Theology, Science and Theology
Professor Matthew Ogilvie
BTh, MTh, PhD (Syd)
Teaching and learning theology in the online environment (2015)
From the Preface: Can a formative discipline like theology be taught and learned successfully in the online environment? This book will draw upon theoretical literature and the author’s practical experience in answering that question. The ...
Teaching Theology Online Australian EJournal of Theology, (2009)
AbstractCan theology be taught successfully in the online environment? This article discusses motivations, opportunities, evolving teaching practices, methods and challenges presented by the online medium for teaching theology. Crucial issues of theological formation and scholarly ...
New Evolutionary Theory and Catholic Theology Australian E-Journal of Theology (2006)
My interest in the relationships between new evolutionary theory and Catholic theology has been prompted by the intellectual movement that has been called “sociobiology” or “evolutionary psychology.” Sociobiologists propose that, in addition to animal behavior, ...
Book Chapters (2)
Lonergan on Analogy Going beyond essentialism : Bernard J.F. Lonergan, an atypical neo-scholastic (2012)
Matthew C. Ogilvie shows how Lonergan makes regular use of analogy in systematic theology, in the light of the teaching of the first Vatican Council. Differently to what is happening in recent theological currents, Lonergan places ...
Theology and Science (CD Series with Study Guide) (2009)
Through this series of 12 lectures, Professor Matthew Ogilvie examines the historical trends and themes since the 17th century in the relationship between theology and science. He focuses especially on issues regarding evolution and Catholic ...