Dr. Daniel M. Garland, Jr. holds a doctorate in Systematic Theology (with a minor in Biblical Theology) from Ave Maria University. He has taught theology at Ave Maria University, Christendom College, Christendom College Graduate School of Theology, Catholic Distance University, and for various Permanent Diaconate Programs across the United States. Dr. Garland’s articles have appeared in Homiletic & Pastoral Review, Maynooth Theological Journal, Heythrop Journal, Angelicum, Nova et Vetera, and the National Catholic Register. He is also the first English translator of St. Jerome’s Commentary on the Prophet Haggai, which is published with IVP Academic’s Ancient Christian Texts series. His dissertation is titled, The Gift of Eternal Life in the Son: A Theological Investigation of the Gospel of John. Dr. Garland is currently the Director of Religious Education for Schools for the Diocese of Charlotte in North Carolina.
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