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Terry Glaspey, DSM, M.A.

Visiting Faculty

Visiting Faculty for  Spiritual Formation and Inklings Studies.

Terry is a writer, editor, teacher, and international speaker on spiritual formation and the visual arts and the Oxford Inklings.  He is the author of award-winning books, including: 75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should KnowDiscovering God Through the Arts, and The Spiritual Legacy of C. S. Lewis.

He is a graduate of Northwind Theological Seminary Doctor of Specilaized Ministry degree with a concentration in Spiritual Formation.

He also has a master’s degree in history from the University of Oregon (Go Ducks!), as well as undergraduate  degrees emphasizing counseling and pastoral studies.

He has written over a dozen books, including 75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know:

Fascinating Stories Behind Great Art, Music, Literature, and Film.

Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis

The Prayers of Jane Austen

25 Keys to Life-Changing Prayer

Bible Basics for Everyone

and others.

He has been the recipient of several major national awards for his writing.

Terry enjoys writing and speaking about a variety of topics including creativity and spirituality, the artistic heritage of the Christian faith, the writing of C.S. Lewis, and creative approaches to apologetics.

He serves on the board of directors of the Society to Explore and Record Church History and is listed in Who’s Who in America Terry has been the recipient of a number of awards, including a distinguished alumni award and the Advanced Speakers and Writers Editor of the Year award.

Terry has two daughters and lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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Northwest   Christian College
 Eugene Bible College, B.Sc. in   Pastoral Ministry
 University of Oregon, B.A. in   History
   M.A. in History, with a specialization in Modern European Intellectual and   Cultural History. My thesis on “Guardians of the Permanent Things:   Remythologization in the Work of C.S. Lewis and T.S. Eliot” was accepted   “with distinction.”

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