Dr. Daniel Lloyd is Associate Professor of Theology at Saint Leo University. Dr. Lloyd earned his MTS from Weston Jesuit School of Theology and his PhD from Marquette University. A Northeasterner by upbringing, Dan and his family live in the Charleston, SC area, where he teaches at Saint Leo University's North Charleston Center.
His field of study is early Church history and theology. He is particularly interested in the Western Latin tradition up to the fifth century. Areas of research include Christology, Trinitarian theology, and the influence of Greco-Roman philosophy on Christianity. Through his teaching for Saint Leo, he has also been able to engage more contemporary theological issues. Most notably, one of his favorite topics to study and teach is the reestablishment of the permanent diaconate in the Catholic Church.
BA, University of Scranton
MTS, Weston Jesuit School of Theology
PhD, Marquette University
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