Greg Carey

Greg Carey, Professor of Biblical Studies, Lancaster Theological Seminary. Greg is a graduate of Rhodes College and Vanderbilt University, Greg serves on the Society of Biblical Literature Career Development Committee and is co-chair of the Society's Rhetoric and the New Testament Section. His most recent books are: The Gospel according to Luke: All Flesh Shall See God's Salvation (Sheffield Phoenix 2012) and Soundings in Cultural Criticism: Perspectives and Methods in Culture, Power, and Identity in New Testament Interpretation (co-editor with Francisco Lozada Jr.; Fortress 2013). As a seminary teacher, Greg aims to help students become proficient public interpreters of scripture. You can find his Huffington Post blogs here follow him on Twitter here.

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My friend Chuck Melchert took a significant risk once when we were playing a round of golf together. Chuck retired after serving as Dean of the Presbyterian School of Christian Education, and he knows more about teaching than just about anybody I know. He also sits in on my classes ...

We all know that our students’ social and religious contexts shape the way they understand the Bible – in theory, at least. But how do we bring that knowledge into the classroom? This question is particularly acute in a diverse theological seminary. With just over one hundred students, Lancaster Theological Seminary ...

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