Title: Theological Educator
Company: Saint Paul School of Theology
Location: Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Eugene L. Lowry, Theological Educator at Saint Paul School of Theology, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of higher education.
Ordained to the ministry by the United Methodist Church in 1956, Mr. Lowry began his education at Southwestern College, earning a Bachelor of Arts in 1955. He obtained a Bachelor of Divinity from the Drew Theological Seminary in 1958 and a Master of Arts from Columbia University in 1958. Mr. Lowry concluded his education at the University of Kansas, graduating with a Doctor of Education in 1972. He began his religious career in the midst of his education and served as a pastor at the St. Paul Methodist Church, an associate pastor at the First Methodist Church, an associate pastor at the Country Club United Methodist Church, and as a pastor at the College Heights United Methodist Church.
Mr. Lowry entered the world of academia in 1962, working as a lecturer as the Saint Paul School of Theology, where he would remain for the rest of his career as an assistant professor, an associate professor, a director of doctoral studies, and an interim academy dean. Currently, he excells at the institution as a professor of preaching and communication. Additionally, Mr. Lowry has been a guest lecturer at over 50 higher learning institutions and was invited to be a part of the Lyman Beecher Lectures, one of the most distinguished lecture series on preaching in the world. He is the author of several works, including “The Homiletical Beat: Why All Sermons Are Narrative,” “The Sermon: Dancing the Edge of Mystery,” and “Living with the Lectionary: Preaching Through the Revised Common Lectionary,” and has received the Masterbuilder Award from Southwestern College. In additional recognition of his accomplishments, Mr. Lowry has been featured in the 55th Edition of Who’s Who in America.
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