For more than fifty years, Dr. D. Larry Gregg has worked within the Christian community as local church pastor, college and divinity school professor, academic administrator, free-lance writer, and consultant to churches in transition. He holds degrees from Jacksonville State University (BA), Samford University (MA), and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div., PhD). In addition he has done graduate studies at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and the University of Pittsburgh. He has done post-doctoral studies in Christian theology and worship at the University of Notre Dame. In the summer of 2006 he participated in the Oxford Round Table at St. Anne’s College, Oxford University.
Gregg’s professional experience includes serving congregations in Alabama, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. He has taught at Indiana University Southeast, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, St. Catharine’s College, Gardner-Webb University, Isothermal Community College, and Limestone College.
Because of his openness to the broad stream of Christian
identity and ministry, Gregg has been published by such denominational
publications as the Biblical Illustrator (Baptist), Mature Years (United
Methodist), and America (Roman Catholic). He is the author of several articles
in the Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (2000) on topics of Theology, Church
History, Archeology, and Biblical Backgrounds.
Gregg’s books include Through a Glass Darkly: Reflections of a Believing Thinker and a Thinking Believer (2005), If You Ain’t Somewhere Doin’ Somethin’ (2006), For God and Freedom: A Novel of the First Jewish Revolt Against Rome (2006), and Ten Biblical Characteristics of a Great Church (2007).