Glenn E. Myers, Ph.D.
Professor of Church History and Theological Studies
Department: Biblical, Theological & Ministry Studies
Bachelor of Science in History, Carnegie-Mellon University
Master of Divinity, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Doctor of Philosophy in Church History, Boston University
Coursework in Spiritual Theology, Regent College
Crown College Award for Distinguished Scholarship – 2005, 2009; Crown College Award for Distinguished Work with Students – 2001
New Testament Electives; Gospel of John; Spiritual and Leadership Development; Church History; Various courses in the Honors Program
How Your Program Is Unique Here:
Crown’s size offers a tremendous opportunity for students to interact with their professors, not only in the classroom, but also through mentoring and other forms of spiritual direction.
From A Career Standpoint, What Students Will Be Prepared To Do With A Degree From Your Program:
By graduation, students are well-prepared to lead and serve in the church, or pursue seminary or other postgraduate programs.
I served as a pastor, an interim pastor and a missionary in Eastern Europe.
What You Enjoy Most About Teaching at Crown:
Crown is a wonderful place to grow spiritually, both in the knowledge of God’s Word and in the personal application of Scripture. Crown offers a deeply supportive community of like-minded believers who desire to serve God in whatever field or pursuit.
What Students Say About Your Classes:
Students find my classes difficult, but life-altering. I am passionate about interacting with students and challenge them to grow in the Lord, from where they are currently, to where they would like to be.
Recently Published Works:
- “Manuscripts Evidence of the Golden Epistle’s Influence in the Sermons of Johannes Tauler,” Cistercian Studies Quarterly 48.4 (2013): 479-501.
- Seeking Spiritual Intimacy: Journeying Deeper with Medieval Women of Faith, Formation Series, InterVarsity Press, 2011
- Articles in The Dictionary of Christian Spirituality, Zondervan. 2011.
Angela of Foligno; Beguines; Bonaventure; Camaldolese Spirituality; Carthusian Spirituality; John Scotus Eriugena; Gilbert of Sempringham; Joachim of Fiore; Masculine Spirituality; Mendicant Spirituality; Military Orders; Platonism and Neoplatonism; Prayer Meeting.
- Articles published for the Christian Broadcasting Network on CBN.com:
- “Bernard of Clairvaux: Fiery Preacher.” 2010.
- “Delving into God’s Depths: Johannes Tauler.” 2012.
- “The Sweet Presence of Jesus.” 2011.
- “The St. Francis Revival.” 2010.
- “How Medieval Women Kept Revival Alive.” 2009.