Professor Romwald Maczka is an authority on the study of Christianity and Marxism. He has served as director of the Institute for the Study of Christianity and Marxism, has lectured frequently on Marxist historiography and Christian-Marxist relations in the former Eastern Europe, and has 11 years of ministry experience in a missionary context. Before the breakup of the Soviet Union, he was invited to chair the subcommittee on religion of the U.S.-U.S.S.R. bilateral Emerging Leader Summit Conference, an effort sponsored by the Soviet Committee on Youth Organizations and the American Center for International Leadership.
Included in his course offerings are systematic theology, world religions, church history, monks and mystics, modern theology, holocaust studies, and Reformation history. He has a Ph.D. from Leipzig University (Leipzig, Germany), and an M.A. and B.A. from Wheaton College. He joined the Carthage faculty in 1989.
Lentz Hall 213