David Fagerberg

David Fagerberg is professor of liturgical studies in the department of theology at the University of Notre Dame. His books include Consecrating the World: On Mundane Liturgical Theology (Angelico Press, 2016), On Liturgical Asceticism (CUA Press, 2013), and Theologia Prima: What is Liturgical Theology? (Hillenbrand Press, 2003). In addition to liturgical theology, Fagerberg has written a considerable amount on G. K. Chesterton.


Volume 139

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Guests on Volume 139: W. Bradford Littlejohn, on post-Reformation debates about the meaning of freedom; Simon Oliver, on how the doctrine of creation ex nihilo is a doctrine about God (and not just the origin of the universe); Matthew Levering, on the necessity of God’s wisdom in the doctrine of creation; Esther Lightcap Meek, on Michael Polanyi’s case that making contact with reality is a process of discovery; Paul Tyson, on resisting our modern assumptions about knowledge in favor of knowledge that is grounded in wonder; and David Fagerberg, on acquiring a liturgical posture in everyday life.