Thomas Klibengajtis completed Studies in Theology and Philosophy at the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland) (MA 1993) and received in 2002 his PhD in Classical Philology at the Warsaw University with the thesis: The conception of truth in the works of Clement of Alexandria. His area of interest includes besides patristics also contemporary philosophy of religion. At present he is affiliated at the University of Münster (Germany) working on a post-doc project entitled: The panentheistic perspective of God’s immanence as help in the science-theology dialog and it’s roots in catholic tradition. During his stay in Poland he held following academic positions: 1998-2002 Warsaw Lazarski School of Law and Commerce, lecturer at the Chair in Latin Language and Roman Law Culture; 2004-2006 Academy of Podlasie, Faculty of Humanities, lecturer at the Chair in Intercultural Studies.
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