Dr. Matthew Ramage is an adjunct instructor for School of Faith and Assistant Professor of Theology at Benedictine College where he teaches a variety of courses. His research and writing concentrates on the theology of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI. Dr. Ramage's book, Dark Passages of the Bible: Engaging Scripture with Benedict XVI and St. Thomas Aquinas, explores some of the most challenging parts of the Bible and articulates how these are compatible with the doctrines of biblical inspiration and inerrancy.
In addition to his scholarly and teaching pursuits, Dr. Ramage remains actively involved in other areas of Christian ministry through teaching candidates for permanent diaconate and spiritual direction programs, offering spiritual guidance through Benedictine College campus ministry, and seeking to advance the New Evangelization through the Institute for Missionary Activity,. Dr. Ramage particularly enjoys organizing and leading international education trips as well as teaching and participating in inter-religious dialogue, Dr. Ramage’s wife, Jennifer, is an adjunct theology professor at Benedictine. They live in Atchison with their children, Julia and Joseph. Dr. Ramage blogs on his personal website, www.truthincharity.com.