Robert E. Musser, Adjunct Faculty
Office: Stabler Hall, Room 307
I teach a variety of both introductory and upper-level courses.
Courses regularly taught: Ethics and Society, Introduction to Philosophy, and Medieval Philosophy.
Areas of Specialization: Middle Eastern Studies, Religious Studies.
- Notes on Plotianian Purification, The Journal of Neoplatonic Studies 5, No. 1 (Fall 1996): 75-87
- “Bernard of Clairvaux’s Use of Beatitude in His Sermons on the Song of Songs,” Cisterician Studies Journal (1995)
PhD in Historical Theology, 2001
Saint Louis University
ThM in New Testament Literature
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
BS in Pastoral Ministries
Columbia International University