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Gregory Edward Reynolds, B.A., M.Div., D.Min., was born in Boston, MA. He studied architecture at the Boston Architectural Center, became a Christian in 1971 in Cambridge, MA, and went on the study with Dr. Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. He completed his degree in liberal arts at Covenant College in Tennessee, going on to receive his Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary, and his Doctor of Ministry from Westminster Theological Seminary in California.
Ordained as a minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in 1980, Dr. Reynolds organized and became the pastor of Westchester OPC from 1980-1992. From 1993 to 1996, he worked as an architectural designer and preached regularly in Nottingham, NH. From 1996 to 2000, he planted an OPC church in Jaffrey, NH and worked as Regional Home Missionary for the Presbytery of NY & NE. He is currently the Pastor of a work he planted in 1996, Amoskeag Presbyterian Church in Manchester, NH. Dr. Reynolds is a member of the OPC Committee on Christian Education, a member of the Subcommittee on Internet Ministries, and editor of Ordained Servant: A Journal for Church Officers. In 2013 Dr. Reynolds gave the den Dulk Lectures at Westminster Seminary in California, "An Ecology of Preaching in the Electronic Age." He is also a lecturer in practical theology at Westminster Seminary in California.
He is the author of numerous articles and reviews, and his book The Word Is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age (2001). Most recently he has written "A Medium for the Message: The Form of the Message Is Foolish, Too," in Confident of Better Things: Essays Commemorating Seventy-Five Years of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, John Muether, ed., Willow Grove, PA: The Committee for the Historian of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (2011) 311-334; and "Print and Pixels: How They Mediate Our View of the World," in A Christian Worldview: Essays from a Reformed Perspective, C. N. Willborn, ed. Taylors, SC: Presbyterian Press (2008) 131-149. Dr. Reynolds and his wife, Robin, live in Manchester, NH, have three grown children, and four grand children.