Zachary R. Dehm is a Ph.D. student in systematic theology at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Originally from Ohio, he has studied at the University of Toledo and recently graduated from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry with his Master of Theological Studies.


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Being presumed a criminal is an eye-opening experience

Young Voices: There was something unique about knowing that if I resisted the exact demands of the officers interrogating me and searching my car, I put myself closer to danger.

Should the Boston Marathon bomber get the death penalty? A Catholic's response

Young Voices: The arguments about the death penalty feel exhausted. Nevertheless, the conversation is very much alive.

Catholics can discover beauty in other Christian traditions

Although we may differ in styles and often in our theologies, all Christian traditions have insights to share, which extend from those differences.

Theologians need strangers to help study faith outside of academic footnotes

Young Voices: It is easier not to tell strangers that I study theology. But a reality check is sometimes in order.