Assistant Professor, Contextual Theology
Lecturer, Systematic Theology
Room 205; ext. 252
Bachelor of Education, Glasgow, Scotland.
Bachelor of Arts, Honours English, York University, Toronto.
Master of Religious Education, University of St. Michael's College, Toronto.
Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Regis College, Toronto.
Licentiate in Sacred Theology, summa cum laude, Regis College, Toronto.
Doctor of Philosophy in Systematic Theology, University of St. Michael's College, Toronto.
Margaret Lavin grew up in Scotland, and was educated in Glasgow and Toronto. She has taught at Regis College on a part-time and now full-time basis since 1996. She lives in Toronto with her husband Ken.
Revelation; Christology; hermeneutics; theology of symbol; sacramental theology; ecclesiology; practical theology.
Theology for Ministry (Novalis, 2004); "Revelation Theology and Theological Anthropology: Are They Incommensurable?" (Toronto Journal of Theology Fall 2000)
"Symbolic Order: A Hermeneutic for Sacramental Theology," (Regis College, July 30, 2003).
Courses Offered 2006-2007
Courses Offered 2005-2006