Assistant Research Professor of Theology, Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion
BS (North Carolina State University), MDiv (Regent College), PhD (Baylor University)
Alex Fogleman is an Assistant Research Professor of Theology at Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion and the Director of the Catechesis Institute in Waco, TX. He holds a PhD in Patristics and Historical Theology from Baylor University and an MDiv from Regent College. His main areas of research include Latin and Greek patristics, the history of catechesis, and theological accounts of human flourishing, and he is the author of Knowledge, Faith, and Early Christian Initiation (Cambridge University Press, 2023). Additional writing has appeared in the International Journal of Systematic Theology, Scottish Journal of Theology, Harvard Theological Review, Church History, Journal of Early Christian Studies, Pro Ecclesia, and Augustinian Studies, among others.
Alex is married to Molly, a former Regent College Summer Programs Administrator. Originally from the Carolinas, they now live in Waco, TX with their four sons, where they attend Christ Church Waco.