85% of graduates from the Early Christian Studies Program have gone on to top-ranked Ph.D. programs. Two graduates won Fulbright Scholarships, one to Austria and the other to Israel. Two other graduates studied abroad, one at Oxford and one at Leuven.

Q&A with Nikolas Churik, graduate student in Early Christian Studies

Joshua Benjamins '17

Joshua  Benjamins

Area(s) of Interest: Christian historiography of the late antique period—particularly the relationship between classical and Christian conceptions of time and history—and in ancient philosophies of language.

Nikolas Churik '18

Nikolas Churik

Area(s) of Interest: Patristics, Byzantine Studies, Exegesis, Rhetoric

Joel Archer '19

Joel Archer

Area(s) of Interest: New Testament, Christian Origins, Gospels, Historical Jesus