Andrew Hohman, STL
Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy

(317) 955-6113
ahohman@marian.edu​
Oldenburg Hall, Room 120

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Biography

Born and reared on a farm in southeastern Ohio. Studied in Steubenville, OH; Rome, Italy; Marburg Germany. Taught in Steubenville, OH; Milwaukee, WI; Quincy, IL. Came to Marian in 1985; hired to teach both Theology and Philosophy courses. Chair of the Theology/Philosophy Department from 1986-2017. Married to Donna Proctor; 4 adult children.

Education

  • BA, 1971, College of Steubenville.  Double major: Philosophy and English
  • S.T.L. (Licentiate to Teach in the University) 1976, Gregorian University, Rome, Italy

Courses taught

  • PHL 130  Human Nature and Person
  • PHL 350 God and Philosophy
  • THL 105 Introduction to Theology
  • THL 205 Studies in Jesus, the Christ
  • THL 308  Christian Unity and Diversity
  • THL 232 History of Christian Thought
  • THL 332 Creative Theologians of the Modern Era
  • THL 490 Senior Seminar

Programs created; a principle actor in creation of

  • Catholic Studies major with Concentrations in Theology, Philosophy, Pre-Theology (1999)
  • Pastoral Leadership Major (Spring 1994)
  • Catholic Educator Program (in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis)
  • Rebuild My Church, including San Damiano Program
  • Missionary Disciples Institute

Publications

  • Co-author and co-editor in collaboration with Sr. Margaret Cooper, S.C.M., and principal writer of “End of Program Assessment,” in Competency Based Ministry Assessment Tool; A Resource for Ministry Formation Directors, published by National Association of Lay Ministry, 2000, pp. 83-117.

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13

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