Jeffrey Morrow is the main author for this blog. Jeffrey is an associate professor of Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology at Seton Hall University, where he currently serves as chair of undergraduate theology. He is also a senior fellow of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. One of his primary research interests is the history of modern biblical interpretation, and particularly the history of modern biblical scholarship. He earned his Ph.D. in Catholic Theology from the University of Dayton, in their program on the U.S. Catholic Experience, where he specialized in the History of Biblical Interpretation. An active member of a number of scholarly organizations including the Society of Biblical Literature, La Société Internationale d’Études sur Alfred Loisy, and the American Academy of Religion, he has delivered scholarly papers before these societies, as well as before the American Catholic Historical Association, the College Theology Society, and others. He has published a number of articles dealing with the history of modern biblical scholarship in scholarly journals including International Journal of Systematic Theology, New Blackfriars, Pro Ecclesia, Christianity & Literature, Letter & Spirit, and Toronto Journal of Theology.