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Jeffrey Skaff

PhD Candidate | Theology (Systematic Theology)

Jeffrey Skaff
jeffrey.skaff@ptsem.edu

Profile
Jeff Skaff is writing a dissertation on the theological context and content of Thomas Aquinas’s treatment of law in the Summa Theologiae. His work aims to help Reformed theologians utilize resources in Thomas to develop their understandings of divine covenants and justice. He has published an article on Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck, as well as an article and several book reviews on the theology of Karl Barth. He received a MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2013 and a BA in Religion from Hope College in 2010. He is currently pursuing ordination in the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Committee
Bruce L. McCormack (chair)
George Hunsinger
John R. Bowlin
Stephen L. Brock (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome)

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Faculty at Evangelical Theological Seminary, Cairo, Egypt

Samy Estafanos, Class of 2015

“Princeton Seminary shaped and equipped me for the teaching ministry that I am practicing now. I was shaped spiritually, mentally, and socially by all means.”