You have reached the web page of Karl Cooper, parent, teacher, student, theologian, mathematician, and engineer (in roughly that order of importance). This web page is a work in progress, and from time to time will provide information about what I am doing.
I work at an engineering company in New England; three of my four academic degrees were also earned in New England. I have degrees in history, theology, and mathematics.
I have taught theology, mathematics, New Testament, Greek, Latin, philosophy, chemistry, and history, at various levels ranging from seventh grade to graduate school. I am currently teaching a course on Patristic Exegesis.
On Saturday, June 14, 2014, with eleven of my brothers, I was received by the Bishop of Manchester as a candidate for the Permanent Diaconate in the Roman Catholic Church.
I am the president of The Society of Albert the Great. We completed our annual business meeting on November 15, 2015; the next meeting of The Society will be a quarterly meeting in Manchester, NH. You can read more about The Society here: Introduction to The Society of Albert the Great.
Consider joining the Society, if you are a baptized member of a Christian Church or denomination, would like to see major improvements in education, and are willing to contribute $25 a year in dues. And in any event, come join us at our next meeting.
If you would like to get in touch with me, you will need to know that I live in the largest city in New Hampshire and that I am listed in the telephone directory.