Gregory serves as the Academic Dean at LAMP Seminary RDU and has 16 years of classroom experience teaching Theology, Literature, Church History, and Biblical Greek at classical Christian schools. He is a Ph.D. candidate in historical theology at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam. He holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture from New St. Andrews College. After studying at Reformed Theological Seminary, he earned a M.A. in Church History from the University of Pretoria.
He also studied liturgical theology at Trinity Theological College. He is married to a wise and godly woman, with five rambunctious children, who all serve with Safe Families for Children. He has volunteered with many ministries and non-profits, ranging from prison ministry to a community partnership between local churches and law enforcement. He loves investing in leaders for the local church. His passion is to help churches and ministries design, develop, and implement strategic opportunities to equip, connect, and serve, both locally and globally.
Why the BibleMesh Institute?
- The BibleMesh Institute offers courses and instruction from established scholars and ministries, combined with personal mentorship from a Proctor.
- Students (graduate, undergraduate, and high school dual enrollment) at the BibleMesh Institute may be eligible to earn academic credit through selected partner institutions.
- Proctors at the Institute offer weekly guidance, encouragement, track student progress, and assist students in working through the material.
For-Credit Courses Proctored
- Apologetics (graduate & undergraduate level)
- Bible (undergraduate level)
- Biblical Greek (graduate & undergraduate level)
- Church History (graduate & undergraduate level)
- Historical Theology (graduate & undergraduate level)
- Systematic Theology (graduate & undergraduate level)
Publications by Gregory
- Contributor to More Than Luther: The Reformation and Rise of Pluralism in Europe, (forthcoming).
- Contributor to Omnibus VI: The Modern World (eds. Gene Veith, Ty Fischer, and Douglas Wilson).
- “Hugh of St. Victor: A Protestant Appropriation” (Classis, vol. XIV, no. 5)
- “The Myth of the Pagan Origins of Easter (Jesus of Nazareth’s Resurrection)” (Intellectual Takeout, March 29, 2018)
- “Cell Phones, Silence & Solitude: Finding Stillness in a Noisy World” (Intellectual Takeout, March 26, 2018)
- Review of The Orthodox World (Augustine Cassidy, ed.) in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Vol. 55, No. 4, December 2012.
- Review of Church History, vols. 1 & 2 (Everett Ferguson, Frank James, & John Woodbridge) in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Vol. 57, No. 4, December 2014.
- Review of A Companion to the Eucharist in the Reformation (Lee Palmer Wandel, ed.) in Journal of Reformed Theology Vol. 9, No. 2 (2015).
- Review of The Great Athanasius (John R. Tyson) in The Englewood Review of Books, August 2017.
- Review of The Oxford Handbook of Sacramental Theology (Hans Boersma and Matthew Levering, eds.) in Journal of Reformed Theology Vol. 11, No. 3 (2017).
- Review of Lift Up Your Hearts: Worship with John Calvin in Sixteenth Century Geneva (Karin Maag) in Journal of Reformed Theology Vol. 11, No. 4 (2017).