Greg Kame, Ph.D.Assistant Professorcontact me
Greg Kame, Ph.D.
Dr. Greg Kame is originally from Cameroon, West Africa. Before joining the Regent faculty as an adjunct assistant professor, Kame obtained his Bachelor of Theology degree from the Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary and his M.A. in Biblical Studies from West Africa Theological Seminary before going on to earn a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the University of South Africa. His academic and ministry background also includes research fellowships in Europe and America, as well as different pastoral and leadership ministry roles within the Southern Baptist Convention.
Kame currently lives in Glen Burnie, Maryland, with his wife and two children. He serves as the senior pastor of Glen Burnie Baptist Church.
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“Morality and spirituality: The missing link for economic development in the 21st century”, HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies 71(3), Art. #2818, 6 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v71i3.2818
“Intellectual Leadership: The Alternative Leadership Paradigm for Africa's Advancement.” In Perspectives in Thought Leadership for Africa’s Advancement. (Pretoria: South Africa, Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA), 2014) 130-144.
“Multilingualism in African Nation States: Stepping Stones or Stumbling Blocks for Development.” In Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 14, No.8, 2012)
An Evangelical Approach to Doing Theology in Africa: A Case for a Biblio-Centric African Theology. Publisher: Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology (pending)
Predestination: An Introduction to Reformed Soteriology. Eugene, OR: Resource Publications, March 2021.