Eugene L. Lowry
Rev. Dr. Eugene L. Lowry served as professor of preaching for over thirty years at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri. Now that he is no longer actively serving as the William K. McElvaney Professor of Preaching, his travels as preacher, teacher, and pianist have broadened in scope.
Ordained a United Methodist minister, Dr. Lowry's academic preparation includes four degrees, culminating with a doctorate in education from the University of Kansas.
He was senior scholar in residence at Drew University Theological School fall 2003 and fall 2004; in the spring of 1999 he was a guest professor at Princeton Theological Seminary. Lowry has been featured in the Great Preachers series on the Odyssey Television Channel. He delivered the 2009 Lyman Beecher Lectures on Preaching at Yale Divinity School and the 2011 William L. Self Lectureship on preaching at McAfee Theological Seminary.
Through the years he has preached in hundreds of churches, conferences, and regional events in over twenty denominations as well as lecturing in fifty graduate theological seminaries across North America.
His writings include six books on narrative preaching and over twenty journal articles and book chapters on preaching, worship, biblical study, educational philosophy, and creativity. His keyboard lecture/concerts relating jazz and Christianity have resulted in four recordings in the blues/jazz mode.
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