Greg Camp, Ph.D.

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Sheffield
  • M.Div., Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary
  • B.A., Fresno Pacific College

Publications & Presentations

  • Camp, Greg and Savage, Rachel. Rise of the King: Reading Matthew in Light of the Kingdom of Heaven. Preliminary Edition. Kendall Hunt, 2019
  • Camp, Greg (ed). Liberal Arts and Core Texts in Our Students’ World: Selected Proceedings from the Twentieth Annual Conference of the Association of Core Texts and Courses, Los Angeles, April 10-13, 2014. Association of Core Texts and Courses, 2019.
  • "Village to the City: A Grammar for New Wineskins for Old Wine" in A Dangerous Mind: Festschrift in Honor of Delbert Wiens, Wipf & Stock, 2015
  • “City-Centered: Isaiah and the City” in The Wider World of Core Texts and Courses: Selected Papers from the Association of Core Texts and Courses’ Seventh Annual Conference, April 5-8, 2001 at the University of Notre Dame, 2004, 25-30.
  • “The Business of Education and the Education of Business” paper presentation at the Association of Core Texts and Courses, Framingham, April 2018
  • “Your People Will (Not) Be My People: Gender, Ethnic Tension, and Religious Identity in Ruth and Judith” paper presentation at Association of Core Texts and Courses, Dallas, April 2017
  • "Threats of Eschatological Judgment in the Re-Forming of Community" paper presentation at Association of Core Texts and Courses, Atlanta, April 2016
  • "Human Flourishing and Martyrdom as Blurring the Distinction Between Secular and Religious Cores: Reason and Passion in 4 Maccabees" paper presentation at ACTC Intersection of Religious and Secular Cores Conference, Memphis, September 2014
  • "Spencer and Mill: Competing Views on the Utility of Education?" paper presentation at Association of Core Texts and Courses, Los Angeles, April 2014
  • "Embracing Exile" paper presentation at Association of Core Texts and Courses, Ottawa, CA, April 2013
  • “What Profit a Prophet?” paper presentation at Association of Core Texts and Courses, Milwaukee, March 2012
  • "Religious Thought of the 19th and 20th Centuries: Consequences for the 21st Century Thinking" and "An African-American Core of Texts," chaired sessions at the Association for Core Texts and Courses in New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 2010
  • "Hermeneutics: a case study for Evangelical/Anabaptist relations" Direction Journal (1991)