PhD Systematic Theology, Center for Advanced Theological Studies
From 2008 to 2015, Greg served in Arequipa, Peru, as a partner in holistic evangelism with Team Arequipa, a mission team associated with Churches of Christ. He is a cofounder of The Christian Urban Development Association (http://cudaperu.org) and the founder and executive editor of Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis (http://missiodeijournal.com). Greg’s dissertation is on missional hermeneutics, in particular developing a theological anthropology that accounts for the formation of readers through participation in God’s mission. Along with this wife, Megan, and their three kids, Ana, Maggie, and Cohen, he is a member of the Hollywood Church of Christ.
Bachelor of Arts
Harding School of Theology
Master of Divinity
Theological Interpretation of Scripture, Hermeneutics, Theological Anthropology, Missional Theology, Missiology, Stone-Campbell Movement
“The Symbolism of Divine Presence in Mark 15:33–39,” Restoration Quarterly (forthcoming)
“Doing Justice to the Text: A Missional Hermeneutic of Embodied Participation,” Stone-Campbell Journal (forthcoming)
“Missional Hermeneutics as Theological Interpretation,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 11, no. 2 (2017): 157–179.
“Currents in Missional Hermeneutics,” Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 5, no. 1 (2014): http://missiodeijournal.com/issues/md-5-1/authors/md-5-1-mckinzie.
“Vulnerable Mission: Questions from a Latin American Context,” Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 4, vol. 1 (2013): http://missiodeijournal.com/issues/md-4-1/authors/md-4-1-mckinzie.
“An Abbreviated Introduction to the Concept of Missio Dei,” Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis 1 (2010): http://missiodeijournal.com/issues/md-1/authors/md-1-mckinzie.
“Barton Stone’s Unorthodox Christology” Stone-Campbell Journal 13, no. 1 (2010): 31–45.
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