Bayer, Richard C.
BAYER, Richard C.
PERSONAL: Married. Education: University of Texas—Arlington, B.A., 1977, M.A., 1979; University of Dallas, M.R.E., 1984; Graduate Theological Union, Ph.D., 1990.
ADDRESSES: Home—303 East 37th St., Apartment 3H, New York, NY 10016-3229.
CAREER: Vought Corp., Dallas, TX, contract pricing accountant, 1979-81; University of Texas—Arlington, Arlington, TX, lecturer in economics, 1982-84; Our Lady of Victory Cathedral, Victoria, TX, director of religious education, 1984-86; Solano Community College, Suisun City, CA, instructor in economics, 1987-91; Fordham University, Bronx, NY, assistant professor of Christian social ethics, 1991—. Guest on radio and television programs; speaker in the United States and abroad, including presentations in Poland and India. Workforce America, program evaluator; also marketing and technology advisor.
MEMBER: Society of Christian Ethics, American Academy of Religion, Catholic Theological Society of America, Gabriel Marcel Society, Labor Market Roundtable (founding member), Beta Gamma Sigma.
Capitalism and Christianity: The Possibility ofChristian Personalism, Georgetown University Press (Washington, DC), 1999.
Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Horizons, International Social Science Journal, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Journal for Peace and Justice Studies, Theological Studies, and Journal of Empirical Theology.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Journal of Church and State, spring, 2000, Charles McDaniel, review of Capitalism and Christianity: The Possibility of Christian Personalism, p. 372.
Perspectives on Political Science, fall, 2000, Bruce F. Nesmith, review of Capitalism and Christianity, p. 243.
Theological Studies, December, 2000, Martin Calkins, review of Capitalism and Christianity, p. 979.