About Gray



Professor - Systematic Theology

Education: Ph.D., University of the Free State (Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa); Th.M., Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary; M.Div., Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary; B.A., California State University at Fullerton

Positions: Adjunct Professor of Systematic theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 2014-present; Research Associate, Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa, 2013-present; Pastor First Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Sunnyvale, Calif., 2012-present; Pastor Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA), Conway, S.C., 2006-2012; Youth Minister, First Baptist Church, Garden Grove, C.A., 2000-2002; Editor for the Cultivating Biblical Godliness Series (with Joel Beeke), 2013-present; Assistant Book Review Editor, Puritan Reformed Journal, 2011-present

Author: A Heavenly Directory: Trinitarian Piety, Public Worship, and a Reassessment of John Owen's Theology (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014); The Foundation of Communion with God: The Trinitarian Piety of John Owen (Reformation Heritage Books, 2014), What is a Christian? (RHB 2014); Christ's Glory, Your Good: Salvation Planned, Promised, Accomplished, and Applied (RHB 2013); By Good and Necessary Consequence (RHB 2012); The Day of Worship: Reassessing the Christian Life in Light of the Sabbath (RHB 2012)

Articles: Ryan McGraw writes numerous articles, review articles, and book reviews for a variety of journals and magazines. These include topics related to systematic theology, the Trinity, historical theology, preaching, and practical theology. He has also done some translation work from 17th century Latin Reformed literature. A representative list of these is available from the author's Linkedin profile. Many of the author's reviews are republished at katekomen.gpts.edu.

Contributor: "Developing a Trinitarian Piety," in The Beauty and Glory of the Father (RHB 2013); "John Owen on the Holy Spirit, in Relation to the Trinity, the Humanity of Christ, and our Redemption" in The Beauty and Glory of the Holy Spirit (RHB 2012)


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