| David Burrell|
| August 16, 1933 (age 82) (1933-08-16) Akron, Ohio|
Professor, writer, and priest
Honorary doctorate in theology from Lund University (Sweden) 2008,
Aquinas medal from American Catholic Philosophical Association (2008),
John Courtney Murray award from Catholic Theological Society of America (2009).
University of Notre Dame, Yale University, Pontifical Gregorian University
Stanley Hauerwas, Bernard McGinn, Elena Malits
Towards a Jewish‑Christian‑Muslim Theology, Deconstructing Theodicy, Aquinas: God and Action, Knowing the Unknowa, Friendship and ways to truth
David Burrell Wikipedia
David Bakewell Burrell, C.S.C. (born 16 August 1933), a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an American educator, theologian, writer and translator. He is the Theodore Hesburgh Professor emeritus in Philosophy and Theology at University of Notre Dame, USA. He wrote around thirteen books on Judio-Christian and Islamic religions. He knows several languages; he translated two books of Al-Ghazali from Arabic into English. He also taught comparative theology, ethics and development at Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, Uganda; Tangaza College, Nairobi, Kenya; and Hebrew University, Jerusalem. During 1960s, he was involved in Anti-Vietnam War Movement. He is also a professor at Notre Dame University Bangladesh.