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Reg Grant

Department Chair and Senior Professor of Media Arts and Worship

BA, Texas Tech University, 1976; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1981; ThD, 1988.

Dr. Grant enjoys teaching courses in homiletics, drama, oral interpretation, and creative writing. He also serves on the board of directors for Insight for Living. Dr. Grant has coauthored several books and has written, produced, and acted for radio, television, theater, and film. Dr. Grant is married to Lauren and they have three grown children and one grandson. Reg loves to spend time on his ranch south of San Antonio.  You would never know it from his cultured personality, but this guy can “cowboy up” right quick.

Courses Taught

  • MW5206 - British Authors, Biblical Themes
  • MW5303 - Advanced Creative Writing
  • PM5103 - Expository Preaching I
  • PM5104 - Expository Preaching II
  • DM7103 - Applied Research Project
  • MW5801 - Public Reading of Scripture


Academic Interests

Literary critical theory
Dramatic theory and praxis

Personal Interests

Building a dollhouse for my daughter
Playing guitar.


DTS Voice Videos

A Theology of Art and Beauty
Beauty for Wounds in the Church
Theology and the Arts
Out of the Shadow
Naima Lett Interview: Confessions of a Hollywood Christian
The Calling of a Christian Artist in the Media
Stories Mirror the World and Invite Reflection
Influencing Culture Through Media Arts
Beginnings in Media Arts
Spiritual Life Conference
Spiritual Life Conference
Spiritual Life Conference
Spiritual Life Conference

DTS Voice Articles

Journal Articles

  • Review of "C S Lewis, Poet: the Legacy of His Poetic Impulse." Bibliotheca Sacra (161:644). 2004. 505-506.
  • Review of "Sexual Intimacy in Marriage." Bibliotheca Sacra (156). 1999. 125-125.
  • "Literary Structure in the Book of Ruth." Bibliotheca Sacra (148). 1991. 424-441.
  • Review of "In the World: Reading and Writing As a Christian." Bibliotheca Sacra (146). 1989. 234-235.
  • Review of "Storytelling in Preaching: A Guide to the Theory and Practice." Bibliotheca Sacra (146). 1989. 234-234.