Robert Fortuin holds an MLitt Degree in Divinity from St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, Scotland. His work there was on the rhetorical theology of early Christian apologist Clement of Alexandria. Professor Fortuin’s research interests include philosophical theology, patristics, and systematic theology. He is presently doing PhD level research on Gregory of Nyssa’s theology of ‘Division of Being’ at King’s College, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Professor Fortuin has been a Faculty Member at University of Saint Katherine College since 2014, teaching courses in New Testament, Orthodox Theology, and the Ecumenical Councils.