Gregory is an author, former university professor, and blogger engaged in various aspects of theology.
He earned his B.A. in philosophy and theology at Franciscan University in Ohio, his M.Phil. in philosophy at the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechtenstein, and did his doctoral work in philosophy and religious studies (Ph.D.) at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
He’s active in the local Jewish community (Temple Emanuel) as well as in the Quaker community (Grand Rapids Friends Meeting). He engages in ongoing theological writing, discussions, service projects, and efforts at fostering understanding, discussion, and informal, organic spiritual community.
PREVIOUS UNIVERSITY TEACHING
Mount Aloysius College, Cresson, PA 1994 – 1995
Catholic, four year, liberal arts college in central Pennsylvania
Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Theology
Taught Ethics, Philosophy of the Person, Introduction to Catholic Theology, and Introduction to Philosophy courses for undergraduates.
The Milltown Institute of Theology & Philosophy, Dublin, Ireland 1992 – 1997
Catholic graduate school and seminary in Dublin, Ireland operated by the Jesuits.
Instructor of Philosophy
Taught Ethics, Social Philosophy, and Philosophy of the Human Person to undergraduate and graduate students.