Alan D. Mostrom, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology
Ph.D., University of Dayton
M.A., Asbury Theological Seminary
B.A., Nyack College
Thomistic theology, dogmatic theology, and their conversation with contemporary systematic theology and biblical studies
Raised in Tacoma, Washington, Dr. Alan Mostrom joined the faculty in 2017. He is assistant professor of systematic theology and teaches a range of courses including Christian Anthropology, Christology, Ecclesiology, Theology of Evangelization, Theology of Saint Augustine and Fundamental Dogma.
Dr. Mostrom earned a doctoral degree in theology from the University of Dayton and a master of arts in biblical studies from Asbury Theological Seminary. The focus of his research has been the intersection of systematic and historical theology. His doctoral dissertation examined the reception of Yves Congar’s Thomistic and ressourcement theology in the Conciliar, American and contemporary French Dominican contexts. He is working on a book-length project on the theology of the laity.
“The Post-Conciliar Reception of Yves Congar’s Theology of the Laity in the United States” (dissertation)