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Fr. Maurice Agbaw-Ebai S.T.D., Ph.D., Ed.D.c.
Professor, Philosophy & Theology

Fr. Agbaw-Ebai is a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mamfe, Cameroon. His research interests include The Person and Theological Opus of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI; The Church Fathers; Dogmatic Theology; Philosophy of Religion; German Idealism; African Literature/Christianity in Africa; and Secularism, Religion and Politics.

He has taught and continues to teach courses in Philosophy and Theology at Boston College, Newton MA, USA; Merrimack College, North Andover MA, USA; Catholic University of Cameroon, Bamenda, Cameroon; St. John’s Seminary, Brighton MA, USA; and Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary, Weston MA, USA.

He has authored books and articles on Joseph Ratzinger, Christianity in Africa and the Philosophy of Religion.

Featured Publications:

The Essential Supernatural: A Dialogical Study in Kierkegaard and Blondel. By Maurice Ashley Agbaw‐Ebai. South Bend: St Augustine’s Press, 2022.

Light of Reason, Light of Faith: Joseph Ratzinger and the German Enlightenment. By Maurice Ashley Agbaw-Ebai. South Bend: St Augustine’s Press, 2021.