Fr. Thomas Davenport, O.P. is on the faculty of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (the Angelicum) in Rome. (Ph.D. Physics 2010, Stanford University) Before joining the Dominican Order, he received a bachelors degree in physics from Caltech and then his doctorate in theoretical particle physics at Stanford, writing and testing simulations for high energy particle colliders like the LHC at CERN. He earned a Licentiate in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America, focusing on the philosophy of science and natural philosophy. After ordination to the priesthood, he taught physics at Providence College. At the Angelicum he teaches philosophy and works on an international project on Science and Religion as part of the Thomistic Institute.
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