Below is a list of recent theses that have been sucessfully defended by our Master of Arts students:
"Religious Belief in the Thought of Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington" by Renate Kandler, 2009.
"The Body/ies of the Faithful: A Corporeal Ethnography of Canadians on a Roman Catholic Marian Pilgrimage to Medjugorje, Bosnia" by Sebastien Despres, 2009.
"The Tower of Babel: A Literary Examination of Genesis 11:1-9" by Raelene Keating, 2009.
"Locke's Inheritors: An Examination of the Theological Underpinnings of the Letter Concerning Toleration and Its Implications for the Modern Dilemma of Religious Toleration" by Matt Sheedy, 2008.
"How High Was He? The Religious Thought and Activity of Edward Feild, Second Church of England Bishop of Newfoundland (1844-1876)" by Sherri Sanderson, 2007.
"The Flame That Enkindles All: Francisco de Osuna, the Exercise of Recollection, and the Overarching Lw of Love" by Bradley Wolcott, 2007.
"Alternative Medicine as Modern Magic: A Study of Spiritual Manual Techniques" by Karlie King, 2006.
"Evangelicalism in the Anglican Church in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland" by Heather Russell, 2006.
"The Art of Hermes: 1 John's Defence of the Johannine Tradition" by Gail Winsor, 2005.
"A Nature-Based Religion in the City: Contemporary North American Pagan Relationships with Urban Environments" by Mandy Furney, 2004.
"Prophet in a Righteous Land: George W. Bush's Rhetoric and the Hebrew Bible" by Catherine Walsh, 2004.
"Job's 'Restoration': An Ascetic Misinterpretation of the Epilogue of the Book of Job" by Ian Sherwood, 2004.
"Windows on a Medieval World: Medieval Piety as Reflected in the Lapidary Literature of the Middle Ages" by Richard Beinert, 2003.
"The Movies Shoulda Been Snow White but They Drifted': The International Federation of Catholic Alumnae Responds to the Movie Menace" by Eileen Brosnan, 2003.
"Feuerbachian Imagination and the Reversal of Hegelian Ontology in The Essence of Christianity (1841)" by Ben Carter, 2003.
"The Sacred in Art: An Interpretative Study of Bernard Lonergan's Theory of Art" by Joanne O'Neill, 2003.
"The Transformation from Existential to Theoretical Theodicy in the Work of Julian of Norwich" by Maureen Anonsen, 2003.
"Spiritual Concepts in Therapeutic Touch" by Barry Canning, 2002.
"The Genesis and Ecology Debate" by Daniel A. G. Gilroy, 2002.
"Method in Ecology: Bernard Lonergan and Catholic Environmental Ethics" by Janna Rosales, 2002.
"Jon Sobrino and the Quest of the Historical Jesus" by David Williams, 2002.
"Bernard Lonergan's Method and Religious Studies: Functional Specialities and the Academic Study of Religion" by Ian Bernard Brodie, 2001.
"'Doing the Truth' and the Conflict Within the Johannine Community" by Kayla V. Brett, 2001.
"Israel's Non-Entry into Messianic Salvation: Reflections on the Meaning of Romans 9-11 in the Light of Anti-Judaism" by Michele Lynn Gillingham, 2001.
"A History of SPG-Supported Schools in Newfoundland: 1701-1827" by Gay J. (Peddle) White, 2001.
"The Father, the Son, and the Beloved Disciple: Revelation and Self-Identity in the Fourth Gospel" by Elizabeth Williams, 2001.
"The Revival of the Occult Philosophy: Cabalistic Magic and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn" by Alison L. Butler, 2000.
"'I Will Go and Return': Motion, Tension, and the Uncertainty of Salvation in the Language and Literary Structure of the Book of Hosea" by Matthew Mitchell, 2000.
"Religious Life in French Newfoundland to 1714" by Victoria Taylor-Hood, 2000.
"John 1:14a and Rudolf Bultmann's Hermeneutical Method" by Tim Labron, 1999.
"Jack Kerouac and the 'Beat' Sect of American Zen Buddhism" by Barry S. Jenkins, 1998.
"The Institutionalization of Experiential Religion: A Study of Newfoundland Pentecostalism" by William Paul Pinsent, 1998.
"Bless God and Die: An Examination of the Role of Job's Wife in the Masoretic Text of Job" by Sonya R. Meade, 1997.
"Eighteenth-Century Newfoundland Methodism as a Revitalization Movement" by Angela Robinson, 1997.
"'What was from the Beginning' (I John 1:1) The Priority of the Johannine Epistles and the Johannine Community" by Corinne C. Walsh, 1997.