is professor of theology and the chair of the Theology Department. He previously taught for many years at Boston College and, before that, Marquette University. His research interests include foundational, doctrinal, and systematic theologies. He has authored and edited several books, most recently Eternity, Time, and the Life of Wisdom and Vatican II: Renewal with in Tradition. He has also published more than 140 articles in quarterlies, journals, and books. Before his studies in Rome, Rev. Lamb spent fifteen years in a contemplative monastery; he hopes to return to such a monastery when he retires from Ave Maria University. He holds the degrees of S.T.L. from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Dr.Theo. from the State University of Münster in Germany, and an honorary doctorate from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.