Pablo Blanco is born on July 12, 1964 in Zaragoza (Spain), he studied Spanish philology (literary specialty) at the University of Navarra (1983-1988). For three years he obtained a collaborative scholarship with Professor Kurt Spang in the Department of Literary Criticism and Theory of Literature. In 1991 he moved to Rome where he finished his studies in theology at the Pontifical University of Santa Croce, and the following year he started his master and his doctorate in philosophy, with prof. Francesco Russo. In September 2001, he began his master and doctorate in dogmatic theology at the University of Navarra, where he obtained Extraordinary Prizes (2003 and 2005). During the 2006-2007 academic year, he studied ecumenical theology (Eucharist, ministry and ecclesiology) with Professor Gunther Wenz of the Faculty of Evangelical Theology of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich (Germany) in 2006-2007.
He is currently an associate professor in the department of dogmatic theology at the university in the areas of ecumenism, sacramental theology and doctrine of the Second Vatican Council. He is also member since 2006 member number 269 to the section of theology of the Academy Skepsis of São Paulo (Brazil) and of the European Society for Catholic Theology (ESCT). He collaborates with the Institut Papst Benedikt XVI. of Regensburg (Germany) and since 2009 is part of the Chair of ecumenism of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarra, member institution of Societas oecumenica.
It has been part of the group of research evaluators of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru since 2015. Since 2014 he has collaborated with the Discourse Analysis Group of the University of Navarra (GRADUN) of the Institute of Culture and Society (ICS), of the study groups "Truth and historical discourse" and "Seminar of philosophy of art". In the course of 2016-2017 he is part of the Clouster Group "Sources of Transformative RSE: Literature, Art and Nature", funded by the John Templeton Foundation.
Member of the advisory board of the magazine Poznań theological studies, of the editorial board of Ecumenical Dialogue of the Juan XXIII Institute of the Pontifical University of Salamanca, and habitual referee of Philosophica: online philosophical encyclopedia, Annales theologici, Revista española de teología, Pensamiento y cultura (Universidad de la Sabana, Bogotá), Revista de Humanidades (University of Montevideo), Franciscanum (University of San Buenaventura of Bogotá), Theologica Xavierana (Pontificia Javierana University of Bogota), Scripta Theologica and Anuario de historia de la Iglesia (University of Navarra), Límite. Revista de psicología y filosofía (University of Tarapacá (Arica, Chile) and Ediciones de la Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).