Greg Moore

Professor of HistoryPicture

Office: Stevens Hall 102

Additional Graduate Work, Ancient and Classical History,
American Military University
Master of Arts, Theological Studies,
Liberty Theological Seminary (2008)
Bachelor of Arts, Bible,
Piedmont Baptist College (2004)


Greg Moore has been at Piedmont since 2009, both in administration and as teaching faculty. Mr. Moore currently teaches undergraduate courses in history for the School of Arts and Sciences and courses in church history and historic theology for the School of Bible and Theology.

Mr. Moore’s research interests include the church in late antiquity, pilgrimage, Eastern Christianity, and Roman Catholic theology. Mr. Moore’s recent research has focused around the 5 th century pilgrim Egeria.

In Mr. Moore’s classes, students will learn to read and analyze historic documents and artifacts as they learn about how the study of history intersects with religion, politics, philosophy, and the arts. This emphasis on the primary sources allows students to encounter history in a way that many students have not done in previous courses in history.

Professional Memberships:
Member, Archaeological Institute of America
Member, American Society of Church History

Courses Taught:
History of Christian Thought
Topics in Historical Research
Baptist History
History of Christianity I
History of Christianity II
American Government
U.S. History to 1865
U.S. History since 1865
Survey of World History I
Survey of World History II
Comparative Religions