Robert LaRocca

    Adjuct Professor, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    • MA Philosophy, The Catholic University of America
    • ThM Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary
    • MAR (Systematic Theology), Westminster Theological Seminary
    • History (BA), Messiah College

    Robert graduated with a BA in history from Messiah College in 2005. He spent a two year interim working with troubled youth in central Pennsylvania before enrolling at Westminster Theological Seminary in 2007.  He graduated five years later with a MAR and ThM. He wrote his ThM thesis on Cornelius Van Til’s reading of Thomas Aquinas. After completing his time at Westminster, he enrolled in a MA program in philosophy at The Catholic University of America. He completed his MA in 2016, writing his thesis on Aquinas’s natural theology.

    Currently, Robert teaches Intro to Philosophy at Cairn. He lives in Pennsylvania with is wife and three children.

    Contact Information
    rlarocca@cairn.edu

    Academic Specialties & Interests:

    • Medieval philosophy
    • Metaphysics
    • Philosophical theology

    Teaching at Cairn since 2017

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