David K. Roemer, PhD was inspired to spearhead a career in theology by the encapsulating influence of his metaphysics teacher, Father W. Norris Clarke. Distinguished for his extremely logical and rational way of thinking, he conducted his lectures with clarity and ease, which offered Dr. Roemer a well-rounded education. He went on to achieve a Bachelor of Science in physics from Fordham University in 1964 and a Doctor of Philosophy in physics from New York University in 1971. Additionally, he obtained a Master of Business Administration from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in 1980.
For 14 years, Dr. Roemer flourished as a physics teacher at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn, New York until commencing his retirement in 1998. Likewise, he gained insightful teaching experience in his roles as a science and physics teacher at Erasmus High School and Midwood High School, both also located in Brooklyn. Before embarking on his path within the educational sector, Dr. Roemer worked for Litton Medical Systems as a manager of radiation therapy from 1972 to 1977 and for the Siemens Corporation as a product specialist from 1977 to 1983.
Post-retirement, Dr. Roemer now serves as a religious speaker with several informational websites and video presentations to his credit. Through these endeavors, he is working to close the gap between science and religion and discuss their co-existence in an educational format. Specializing in fundamental theology, he is also a contributor of articles to various professional journals, including “Science, Metaphysics, Philosophy, Theology, History and the Holy Shroud.” In his spare time, Dr. Roemer enjoys watching movies, reading novels and taking long walks.