Dr. Jeremy Holmes
B.A. (Liberal Arts), Thomas Aquinas College; S.T.M. (Theology), The International Theological Institute, Gaming, Austria; Ph.D. (Biblical Studies), Marquette University
Dr. Jeremy Holmes spent much of his childhood two miles outside the tiny town of Redfield, Arkansas, under the tutelage of goats, cows, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats, and all manner of wildlife. He received his bachelors in liberal arts from Thomas Aquinas College in California, his masters in theology from the International Theological Institute in Gaming, Austria, and his doctorate in theology with specialization in biblical studies from Marquette University in Milwaukee. From 2006 to 2008 he was Assistant Professor of Theology at Ave Maria University in Naples, Florida, teaching courses in Christology, biblical studies, and patristic and medieval exegesis. Dr. Holmes has published a number of articles in scholarly and popular journals.
Selected Articles: - What Is The Bible? (.pdf files, requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader.) - Chance or the Original Order of Q: Vincent Taylor Goes to Vegas (.pdf files, requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
Ph.D., Theology, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Doctoral coursework completed with a GPA of 4.0. Dissertation defended in March 2007, "Matthew’s Vision: The Formula Citations in Matt 1:1-4:16.” Directed by Dr. Deirdre Dempsey.
S.T.M., Sacrae Theologiae Magister (Master of Sacred Theology), International Theological Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family, Gaming, Austria, 2001.
B.A., Liberal Arts, Thomas Aquinas College, Santa Paula, California, 1999.
2007: “St. Thomas’s Commentary on Phil 2:5-11: A New Translation with Introduction and Notes,” in Michael Dauphinais and Matthew Levering, editors, Wisdom and Holiness, Science and Scholarship: Essays in Honor of Matthew L. Lamb (Naples, FL: Sapientia, 2007), 109-141.
2005: "St. Thomas Aquinas on the Gospel of Matthew," in Thomas G. Weinandy et alia, eds., Aquinas on Scripture (London: T & T Clark, 2005), 73-97.
2003: Co-authored “From Aristotle to Jefferson: Christianity and the Separation of Church and State,” The Catholic Social Science Review 8 (2003), 141-150 (peer reviewed). Posted online at http://www.catholicsocialscientists.org/cssr2003/Holmes article.pdf
2003: “Biblical Scholarship New and Old: Learning from the Past,” Nova et Vetera 1/1
(Fall 2002), 303-320 (peer reviewed). Posted online athttp://iti.ac.at/publications/pdfs/Holmes_Biblical_Scholarship.pdf
2002: “The Spiritual Sense of Scripture,” The Downside Review 120/419 (April 2002), 113-128.
2007: Translation of Hans Urs von Balthasar’s “Die Heilige Schrift” with introduction, Nova et Vetera 5/4 (2007), 707-724.
2007: Translation of and introduction to St. Thomas Aquinas’s Lectura in Matthaeum. Thetranslation itself is complete; it is currently being edited for publication.
2007: “The Ladder Between Heaven and Earth,” a translation with notes of Guigo II’s Scala paradisum, in Letter and Spirit 2 (2007): 175-188.
2005: Translation of “Emitte Spiritum,” by St. Thomas Aquinas, co-translated with Peter Kwasniewski, Faith and Reason 30 (2005): 99-139. Posted online athttp://www.diafrica.org/nigeriaop/kenny/CDtexts/SermEmitte.htm#text
2002: Translation of St. Thomas Aquinas’s treatise on the Sacraments in the Summa Theologiae. This translation has not been published, but has been used as the primary text in a course at the International Theological Institute.
2007: Romanus Cessario, A Short History of Thomism, in The Catholic Historical Review93/2 (April 2007): 393-395.
Lectures or Presentations
2007: Presentation at the 2007 meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association,“Spiritual Senses of Scripture in John 4.”
2006: Lecture to Ave Maria University faculty and students, “Matthew as Spiritual Exegete.”
2006: Lecture to Thomas Aquinas College faculty and students, “Participation and Exegesis.”
2004: Lecture to the Milwaukee Chapter of Catholics United for the Faith, “Purgatory and Punishment.”
2003: Address given as part of the Marquette Biblical Theology Colloquia Series, “Matthew’s Formula Citations and the New Exodus.”
2007: “Our Passover Eucharist,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review 107/11 (2007), 22-29.
2005: “Die Genesis ist ein Buch,” Theologisches 35/4 (April 2005), 235-246. Translation by Fr. Markus Christoph of “Genesis is a Book.”
2005: "Purgatory and Punishment,"Homiletic and Pastoral Review 105/5 (2005), 28-31 and 44-48.
2003: Review of G. K. Chesterton, “Saint Thomas Aquinas: ‘The Dumb Ox’,” Lay Witness Magazine, May/June 2003, 48-49.
2003: “St. Thomas Aquinas on the Eucharist,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review 103/6 (2003), 24-32.
1999: “Jim Dawson’s Secessionist Movement,” in To Life: A Collection of Editorials and Columns on Abortion, Life and Choice, by Paul Greenberg and other writers for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, 1999), 87-89.
1998: “Genesis is a Book," Homiletic and Pastoral Review 98/5 (1998), 22-32.
2005: Article made available on the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology webpage, "Chance or the Original Order of Q: Vincent Taylor Goes to Vegas." (www.salvationhistory.com/mission/staff/HolmesOriginalOrderofQ.pdf)
2005: Article made available on the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology webpage, "What Is the Bible?" (www.salvationhistory.com/mission/staff/HolmesWhatistheBible.pdf)