Lincoln E. Galloway

K. Morgan Edwards Professor of Homiletics
Coordinator of the Mentoring D.Min. Program

Lincoln E. Galloway, a native of Montserrat, teaches and researches in the areas of Homiletics and New Testament studies. An active elder in The United Methodist Church, his interests blend pastoral concerns with socio-rhetorical approaches to biblical texts and critical engagement of liberative theologies for exegetical and homiletical tasks.



BEd, University of West Indies
MDiv, Candler School of Theology
PhD, Emory University


“Black Rhythms and Consciousness: Authentic Being and Pedagogy” in Being Black Teaching Black: Politics and Pedagogy in Religious Studies (Abingdon Press, 2008 )
Freedom in the Gospel: Paul’s Exemplum in 1 Cor. 9 in Conversation with the Discourses of Epictetus and Philo (Peeters, 2004)

A great theological education dismantles everything you assumed to be “right” and helps you rebuild with true understanding. My CST experience was life-altering. I am changed and on fire to transform the world.
Abigail Clauhs '17