- Ph.D., University of St. Michael's College
- M.A., St. John's University School of Theology
- M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary
- B.S., Philadelphia College of Bible
Dr. Greg Peters is a native Virginian who loves to travel (especially in Europe) and read. When not reading for work, Dr. Peters reads for fun. He enjoys the fiction of Paul Auster, Bernard Malamud, Chinua Achebe and the nineteenth century Russian novelists. In addition, Dr. Peters loves the poetry of John Donne and George Herbert. When it comes to non-fiction, he enjoys reading anything that has to do with theology, monasticism or the history of the Christian church. When not working or reading Dr. Peters enjoys spending time with his wife Christina and two sons: Brendan and Nathanael. In addition to being a professor at Torrey, Dr. Peters is an ordained pastor in the Anglican tradition, serving regularly in his local parish.
- Spirituality International (Titus Brandsma Institute, Nijmegen)
- Medieval Academy of America
- American Catholic Historical Association
- Byzantine Studies Conference
- American Society of Church History
- American Benedictine Academy
- Society of the Study of Anglicanism
- Evangelical Theological Society
Awards and Honors
- Toronto School of Theology, John M. Kelly Award
- St. John's School of Theology Fellowship
- University of St. Michael's College, Faculty of Theology Fellowship
- “On Spiritual Theology: A Primer”, Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care 4.1 (2011): 5-26.
- “The Place of Monasticism in the Thought of Donald Bloesch”, in Eduardo LÃ³pez-Tello GarcÃa and Benedetta Selene Zorzi, ed., Church, Society and Monasticism: Acts of the International Symposium, Rome, May 31 - June 3, 2006 (Analecta Monastica 9) (St. Ottilien: EOS Klosterverlag, 2009): 261-274.
- “Benedict of Nursia, John Henry Newman and the Torrey Honors Institute of Biola University: An Examination of an Educational Approach to Christian Learning,” in Newman Studies Journal (Spring 2009)
- “The Place of Monasticism in the Thought of Donald Bloesch,” Proceedings of the Monastic Symposium in Rome, May 29-June 2, 2006 (Studia Anselmiana 2009)
- “Recovering a Lost Spiritual Theologian: Peter of Damascus and the Philokalia,” St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 49 (2005): 437-459.
- “Peter of Damascus: Byzantine Monk and Spiritual Theologian” (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2011)