Fr. Thomas Esposito completed his doctorate in Biblical Theology at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. He teaches at the Cistercian Preparatory School as well as the University of Dallas, offering courses in both the Old and New Testaments, Biblical Greek, and World Religions.
S.S.D., Pontifical Biblican Institute, Rome
S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome
S.T.B., Pontifical Athenaeum Sant'Anselmo, Rome
B.A., Philosophy, University of Dallas
THE 1301 Understanding the Bible
THE 1312 Elementary Biblical Hebrew
THE 3321 Pentateuch
THE 3322 Old Testament Prophets
THE 3326 Paul and Acts of the Apostles
THE 4V57 Biblical Greek
THE 4V57 Christianity Among World Religions
THE 6321 Pentateuch
THE 6322 Old Testament Prophets
CLG 3334 Biblical Greek
"De Ructibus Pauli: St. Paul in the Theology of St. Bernard of Clairvaux", Letter & Spirit (In progress).
"Peter and Paul in Rome", People and Places of Rome (ed.Peter Hatlie). *Finished, in process of publication.
"El ministerio de la misericordia de Jesús en las comidas", Reseña Biblica 90 (2016) 21-28.
"God and the Wind in Qoheleth 3, 15", Biblische Notizen 167 (2015) 79-97.
"Re-examing Paul's Use of Ektrõma in 1 Corinthians 15:8", Maynooth Theological Journal 3.1 (2013) 2-9.
"The Way from Emmaus to Us", Communio 37.1 (2010) 129-148.
The Roots that Clutch: Letters on the Origins of Things (Wipf and Stock: Oregon, 2018)
Jesus' Meals with Pharisees and Their Liturgical Roots (Analecta Biblica 209) (Gregorian and Biblicum Press: Rome, 2015).
Letters of Fire (St. Paul's: New York, 2015)
A Word to Enkindle", The Texas Catholic (monthly; 2014-present).
Pontifical Biblical Commission, The Inspiration and Truth of Sacred Scripture (Liturgical Press: Collegeville, MN, 2014). * With Stephen Gregg and Fearghus O'Fearghail.
Brant Pitre, Jesus and the Last Supper (Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, 2015), for Irish Theological Quarterly