William Gregory, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Systematic Theology, Boston College
B.A., Religious Studies, Fairfield University
Knowledge has a power all its own to transform lives and open up the world anew. I mainly aspire to be a messenger, to share great ideas through good conversation.
Dr. William P. Gregory joined the Clarke faculty in 2008. Previously, he taught in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Dayton in Ohio, and with the Christian Brothers in The Gambia, West Africa, through the US Peace Corps. His research interests include the theology of mission, religious epistemology, intellectual challenges to religious faith, and Western culture as a context for Christian mission. Gregory is active in the American Society of Missiology (ASM) and currently serves as an associate editor of the journal, Missiology: An International Review. From 2010-2011, he served as President of the Association of Professors of Mission (APM).
RELS 211 Faith and Doubt
RELS 218 Ethics for Christian Living
RELS 402 The Trinitarian Mystery
“Catholic Theology of Mission,” ed. Stephen B. Bevans, SVD, A Century of Catholic Mission: Roman Catholic Missiology 1910 to the Present (Oxford, UK: Regnum Books International, 2013), 163-169.
“Mission Shifts from Pope Benedict XVI to Pope Francis,” Association of Professors of Mission (APM) annual meeting, June 17, 2016, St Paul, Minnesota.