List of Jesuit theologians

This is a list of Jesuit theologians, in other words of Roman Catholic theological writers from the Society of Jesus.

Source: The "Catholic Encyclopedia" of 1913, article list and textual allusions, for theologians up to the beginning of the twentieth century.

The intended arrangement is chronological by date of death. See also the topics Molinism, Congruism, Probabilism

*Pierre Busée (1540-1587)
*John Gibbons (1544-1589)
*Lawrence Arthur Faunt (1554-1590)
*Hermann Thyräus (1532-1591)
*Luis de Molina (1535-1600)
*Gabriel Vasquez (1551-1604)
*Enrique Henríquez (1536-1608)
*Martin Anton Delrio (1551-1608)
*Francisco Suárez (1548-1617)
*Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621)
*Diego Ruiz de Montoya (1562-1632)
*Giles de Coninck (1571-1633)
*Fernando Castro Palao (1581-1633)
*Agostino Bernal (1587-1642)
*Caspar Hurtado (1575-1647)
*Wilhelm Lamormaini (1570-1648)
*Francisco de Lugo (1580-1652)
*Juan de Dicastillo (1584-1653)
*Nicholas Abram (1589-1655)
*Laurenz Forer (1580-1659), controversialist
*Théophile Raynaud (1583-1663)
*Hermann Busembaum (1600-1668), moral theologian
*Francois Annat (1590-1670)
*George Gobat (1600-1679)
*Juan Cardenas (1613-1684)
*Honoré Fabri (c.1607-1688)
*Jean Crasset (1618-1692)
*Philip Aranda (1642-1695)
*Tobias Lohner (1619-1697)
*Étienne Agard de Champs (1613-1701)
*Jérôme de Gonnelieu (1640-1715)
*William Darrell (1651-1721)
*Henry Robert Stephens (1665-1723)
*John Baptist Tolomei (1653-1726)
*John James Scheffmacher (1668-1733)
*Luis de Lossada (1681-1748)
*Giovanni Battista Scaramelli (1687-1752)
*Jean-Joseph Petit-Didier (1664-1756)
*Franz Neumayr (1697-1765)
*Karl von Haimhausen (1692-1767)
*Andrea Spagni (1716-1788)
*Benedict Stattler (1728-1797)
*Salvator Tongiorgi (1820-1865)
*Joseph Deharbe (1800-1871)
*Giovanni Perrone (1794-1876)
*Constantine von Schäzler (1827-1880)
*Antonio Ballerini (1805-1881)
*Pius Melia (1800-1883)
*Louis Jouin (1818-1889)
*Clement Schrader
*Matteo Liberatore (1810-1892)
*Wilhelm Wilmers (1817-1899)
*Edward Génicot (1856-1900)
*Jean-Baptiste Terrien (1832-1903)
*Domenico Palmieri (1829-1909)
*Theodore de Règnon
*Ernest Hull

ee also

* List of Benedictine theologians‎
* List of Franciscan theologians

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