dcsimg Philosophy and Theology

The Vision

Every institution and society needs good persons who think, who think especially about the most fundamental and profound realities. These thinkers, by their thinking, become extraordinarily unique and distinctive. Their contributions to society and all of humankind have often been astounding. They, in many ways, shape our lives, our world, and our living faith. Their memories, actions, and contributions are celebrated and continued in the Theology/Philosophy Department here at Marian University. Come, discover your roots. There is no business nor institution which does not need more persons who can "think outside of the box." The habits of mind and heart, and the skills of a liberal education are offered here in an intelligent and faith-filled atmosphere.



Contact Us


For any questions concerning the curriculum, department, or areas of interest contact: 

Andy Hohman - Department Chair
Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy
ahohman@marian.edu 

Sophia 

Marian University's philosophy club is named for the greek word σοφία meaning "wisdom." The club creates a forum for students to discuss both ancient wisdom and the latest ideas of our times. The Sophia club invites the whole campus to several BBQs throughout the school year, hosts movie nights, and sponsors lectures each semester in theology or philosophy.

Upcoming Events
Sophia Week - February 2-5

"How our Modern World and Political Ideas are Supported by the Classical World View," by Dr. John Hill, Professor of Law, IUPUI - February 2, 7 p.m. at the Ruth Lilly Student Center

"Just War Theory," by Bishop Thomas Gumbleton - February 3, 7 p.m. in the Clare Hall Lobby

The Giver showing - February 4, 7PM at Clare Hall Lobby

Theology on Tap, featuring Beth Riehle speaking on Immigration - February 5, 6:45 p.m. at Allison Mansion

Other Spring 2015 Up-coming Events 
Mardi Gras Bonfire - February 17, 6-11:30 p.m.
Theology on Tap - March 17
End-of-Year Bonfire - April 30

Fourth Annual Bishop Simon Bruté Lecture

"What Pope Francis has meant for the Church"

by Bishop Charles Thompson
Diocese of Evansville, Indiana

Monday, March 23, 2015 at 7 p.m.
Evans Center, lecture hall150
Reception following lecture

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