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William Gregory

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Office: 105 MJH 
Mail Stop: 1563 
Phone: 6604 

Degrees Held

Ph.D. - Boston College
BA - Fairfield University

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Dr. William P. Gregory is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Clarke University. Before joining the Clarke faculty in 2008, he taught previously at the University of Dayton in Ohio and with the Christian Brothers in The Gambia, West Africa, through the Peace Corps. He is a native of Connecticut and holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from Fairfield University and Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Boston College. His professional interests include missiology, Western culture as a context for Christian mission, intellectual challenges to religious faith, and Christian mysticism. Gregory served as President of the Association of Professors of Mission (APM) from 2010-2011, and President of the Midwest Mission Studies Fellowship (MMSF) from 2009-2010. He is also active in the American Society of Missiology (ASM) and currently sits on the editorial board of the journal, Missiology: An International Review. He is married and has two children.

Courses Taught

RELS 100 Foundations of the Spiritual Life

RELS 205 Introduction to the New Testament

RELS 206 Introduction to the Old Testament

RELS 208 Sacramental Experience

RELS 211 Faith and Doubt

RELS 402 The Trinitarian Mystery

Recent Publications & Presentations

"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.

"Review of Stan Chu Ilo The Church and Development in Africa: Aid and Development from the Perspective of Catholic Social Ethics," Missiology Vol. XL, No. 4 (October 2012), 489-490.

"Reality Beyond the Reach of Science," Co-Presentation with Tom Riley, Ph.D., Books, Bites, Brilliance, Clarke University, February 22, 2013. 

"Life in the Peace Corps" panel presentation, Mackin Mailander Lecture Series, Clarke University, April 24, 2012.


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