Ph.D., History, University of Rochester
Masters of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.), Westminster Theological Seminary
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Roberts Wesleyan College
Dr. Scott Brenon Caton is a founding faculty member of Northeastern Seminary and a founding member of the Rochester Chapter of the American Chesterton Society. He is one of the few men in the world who has received permission from Rome to be ordained a priest in the Roman Catholic Church although he is married. Dr. Caton is an alumnus of Roberts Wesleyan College and has been a teaching history at Roberts since 1990, and now serves as dean of the school of arts and humanities.
- Church History
- Roman Catholicism and Protestantism
- “G.K. Chesterton As An Apologist,” (presentation, Rochester Chesterton Conference, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY, September 2014).
- “Text and Translation: An Example from Religion,” (presentation, Charlotte High School, Rochester, NY, 2011).
- “Catholicism and the English Reformation,” (presentation, Shakespeare as Catholic Conference, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY, 2006).