Fr. Joshua Genig serves as Associate Professor of Church History and Benedicta Leadership Institute Studies, as well as Chair of the newly established Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies concentration in Women’s Leadership Studies
Ph.D. (Systematic Theology), The University of St. Andrews, UK(2012)
Ed.S. Cand. (High.Ed. Admin & Lead), Eastern Michigan University, MI (2017-present)
M.Div.(Pastoral& Systematic Theology), Concordia Theological Seminary,IN (2006)
B.A.(Religious Studies), Concordia University, MI (2003)
St. Stephen Certificate (Orthodox Studies), Antiochian House of Studies, PA (2013-)
Viva Vox:Rediscovering the Sacramentality of the Word Through the Annunciationto Mary(Minneapolis: Fortress AcademicPress, 2015).
Can You Hear Me Now? Another Look at Lutheranism and the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary(Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary Hopes and Visions Series, 2010).
Fusion: Resurrections(St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2007).
Refereed Journal Articles:
“A Forgotten Word and a Forgotten Woman: A Lutheran Attempt at Regaining the Sacramentality of Scripture by Way of the Annunciation to Mary” in Marian Studies61:2010, “Mary in Scripture Since Vatican II,” 52-72.
Book review of Many Are Called: Rediscovering the Glory of the Priesthood by Scott Hahn –submitted for publication in Concordia Theological Quarterly(forthcoming).
Book review of Simply Christian by N.T. Wright in Concordia Theological Quarterly74:1-2 (2010), 171-173.
North American Patristics Society –2013-present
Board Member, Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary –2010-present
Mariological Society of America –2010-present
American Academy of Religion–2009-present
Fellow, Center for Pastoral Theologians (Formerly: Society for the Advancement of Ecclesial Theology)–2008-present
Colloquium Viatorum –2008-present
St. Mary’s College, The University of St. Andrews, UK –2007-2012
St. John’s College, The University of Durham, UK –2006-2007