David Moser

Graduate Student in Systematic Theology


Email: dmoser@mail.smu.edu


David Moser is a doctoral student in systematic theology and an advisee of Dr. Bruce D. Marshall. He is writing his dissertation on the Christology of Thomas Aquinas in the third part of the Summa theologiae. In the dissertation, David is exploring theological and philosophical issues raised by Aquinas’s claim that Christ’s human nature is an instrument of the divinity, placing Aquinas in dialogue with John Duns Scotus. He has a forthcoming essay in Pro Ecclesia entitled “Totus Christus: A Proposal for Protestant Christology and Ecclesiology”, which will be the subject of a symposium, and a forthcoming book chapter on the work of the Trinity in the conception of Christ’s body in the Virgin’s womb, along with a number of book reviews in Nova et VeteraThe Living Church, and Trinity Journal. David has an MDiv and an MA in systematic theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a BA in biblical exegesis from Cedarville University.