Professor Drever is completing a manuscript that analyzes St. Augustine’s concept of the person in light of contemporary French and German phenomenology. He is also working on a larger project that explores the intersection in the development of textual hermeneutics and concepts of the person in 19th and 20th century Protestant thought.
Education and Degrees Earned
- Ph.D. Theology, University of Chicago (2008)
- M.T.S. Theology, Vanderbilt Divinity School (2000)
- B.A. Philosophy & History, Sonoma State University (1998)
Areas of Academic Specialty
Dr. Drever’s areas of expertise include: systematic theology, history of Christian thought, continental philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, science and religion, theological and philosophical hermeneutics.
Previous Teaching Experience
- Lecturer in the humanities, University of Chicago (2006)
- American Academy of Religion;
- Society of Biblical Literature;
- North American Patristics Society