Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the Oxford Study Program.
Ph.D. Systematic Theology, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.Div. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; B.A. Christian Studies, Mississippi College
Dr. Grace serves as associate professor of theology for the School of Theology and director of the Oxford Study Program. He has also served as editor of the Southwestern Journal of Theology.
Dr. Grace is co-editor for Making Disciples of All Nations: A History of Southern Baptist Missions (Kregel, 2021). He has written several articles and book reviews for the Southwestern Journal of Theology. He has also contributed chapters to several works including, “Being Christ: Salvation and Bonhoeffer’s Christo-Ecclesiology” in Being Saved (SCM, 2018), “Baptists, Classical Ecclesiology, and the Christian Tradition,” in Baptists and the Christian Tradition (B&H Academic, 2020), “Medieval Salvation,” in A Historical Theology for the Church (B&H Academic, 2021), and “The Nature of the Church,” in Ecclesiology for Church Revitalization (Seminary Hill Press, forthcoming).
Dr. Grace is a member of the American Academy of Religion, Baptist History and Heritage, Evangelical Theological Society, and International Bonhoeffer Society.
Dr. Grace is the proud husband of Shareen and the father of three boys. He and his family minister in the local church as members of First Baptist Church in Mansfield, Texas.
Christian theologians can never be “right but repulsive”: if they are repulsive, they are so far from Jesus and his gospel as to be just plain wrong.
For I the Lord love justice;
I hate robbery and injustice; …
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