Dr. Mark Koehne
Educational Background
Master of Arts:  Marquette University
Ph.D.:  Marquette University; graduate work at the University of St. Thomas and the University of Iowa

Educational Experience
20 years with Aquinas Catholic Schools

I am extraordinarily blessed:  I am married to a very beautiful woman of great depth; I have four wonderful and amazing children and one grandson; and I work for Aquinas Catholic Schools.  I am quite fortunate to work in a system in which--explicitly--Christ is the Origin, Purpose for existence and all operation, and Principal Instructor.  At Aquinas High School, I teach Theology and advise IMPACT, Aquinas' Christ-centered, student-led community service organization.  I also work part-time as Adjunct Professor of Online and Summer On-site Theology at St. Joseph's College of Maine.

Aside from my published dissertation on Biblical ethics and pastoral publications, and college/university presentations on the Dead Sea Scrolls, Scripture, virtue, and bioethics, some of my published works are the following: a chapter in a book on Genesis 1, an online graduate course in Catholic Bioethics, an online undergraduate course in Catholic Social Teaching, several posts on Scripture and morality in Saint Joseph's College Theology Blog, and three written scholarly articles for Great Britain's Scripture Bulletin and the Jesuit publication, Theological Studies. 

Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my family, particularly in the areas of exercise, music, art, dance, and sports.

Favorite Scripture Verse
"...my eyes have seen your salvation... a light for revelation to the Gentiles, and glory for your people, Israel."  Luke 2:30,32