Dr. Jeremy Holmes is Associate Professor of Theology at Wyoming Catholic College. He received his B.A. (Liberal Arts) from Thomas Aquinas College, his S.T.M. (Theology) from The International Theological Institute in Gaming, Austria, and his Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Marquette University in 2007.
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.
Dr. Holmes’s articles include:
“Participation and the Meaning of Scripture,” in Piotr Roszak and Jörgen
Vijgen, eds., Reading Sacred Scripture with Thomas Aquinas: Hermeneutical Tools,
Theological Questions and New Perspectives (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 80;
Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2015), 91-113.
“Matthew as Exegete: The Unity and Function of the Formula Citations in Matthew 1:1-4:16,”Letter & Spirit, Vol. 8: Promise and Fulfillment: The Relationship Between the Old and New Testaments, 55-76 (Emmaus Academic, 2013),
“Tradition and the Individual Exegete,” in Nova et Vetera, Vol. 13, No. 1, 241-251 (Emmaus Academic, 2015), and
“Weight on the Lord: Sin as Burden in the New Testament and Beyond,” in Nova et Vetera, Vol. 9, No. 1, 123-131 (Emmaus Academic, 2011).