Ian C. Levy

Dr. Ian C. Levy

AddressLexington Theological Seminary
631 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40508

Associate Professor of Historical Theology, Lexington Theological Seminary

B.A., University of New Mexico, 1989
M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1991
Ph.D., Marquette University, 1997

Primary areas of research pertain to medieval sacramental theology, ecclesiology, and biblical exegesis. His published articles appear in: Anglican Theological Review, Augustiniana, Carmelus, Cistercian Studies, Communio, Essays in Medieval Studies, Lexington Theological Quarterly, Medieval Encounters, Medieval Philosophy and Theology, Mediaeval Studies, Recherches de Theologie et Philosophie Medievales, Scottish Journal of Theology, Theological Studies, Traditio, Viator, [Journal of Ecclesiastical History and Revue Da Histoire Eccla forthcoming], and the Dictionary of the Middle Ages Supplement. He published a translation of John Wyclif’s On the Truth of Holy Scripture (Medieval Institute, 2001). His book, John Wyclif: Scriptural Logic, Real Presence and the Parameters of Orthodoxy (Marquette University Press, 2003), concerns Wyclif’s eucharistic theology. He has edited A Companion to John Wyclif: Late Medieval Theologian (Brill, 2006). Most recently, he has completed a volume on medieval commentaries on the Epistle to the Galatians (Eerdmans, later 2009). He is currently co-editing a volume on the Eucharist in the Middle Ages (Brill, 2010). His book reviews appear in Church History, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Church History and Religious Culture, Religious Studies Review, and Speculum, in addition to the Lexington Theological Quarterly.

Dr. Levy serves as an editor with both The Luther Digest and Reformation Texts with Translation. He is also a member of the Society for the Study of the Bible in the Middle Ages and the Lollard Society.

Before joining the LTS faculty, Dr. Levy taught in the area of historical theology at Marquette University.

Dr. Levy is a Roman Catholic. In addition to teaching classes in theology and church history, he teaches the four specifically Catholic courses that are required as part of the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies for Roman Catholic lay people. These courses are: Sacraments, Ecclesiology, Moral Theology, and Catholic Doctrine.

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