Dr. Rodolfo Luna
Dr. Rodolfo Felices Luna is Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture at Oblate School of Theology, where he teaches New Testament courses in English and Spanish. Born and raised in Peru, he immigrated to eastern Canada, where he studied in French and received his Ph.D. in Theology – Biblical Studies from the University of Montreal. He directed the Pastoral Institute of the Archdiocese of Sherbrooke and taught and the University of Sherbrooke. He served as president of the French-Canadian Biblical Association from 2017 to 2021. In 2017 he joined the faculty at Oblate School of Theology in sunny San Antonio, Texas, where he helped launch a bilingual Maestría de artes en ministerio pastoral, online. He has authored two books in French on the Fourth Gospel and the First Letter of Saint John. He is an active member of a number of learned societies in Scripture, like the Society of Biblical Literature. His research interests comprise rhetorical analysis of persuasive religious discourse in the New Testament letters and ecological hermeneutics of the Bible.