CCU Spotlights

Megan D. DeVore

Megan D. DeVore

Assistant Professor of Early Christian Studies
School of Theology

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Historical Theology (University of Wales)
  • M.A. Classics (University of Colorado at Boulder)
  • B.A. History (Colorado Christian University)


Phone: 303-963-3172

Professional Accomplishments:

  • Instructed series: including “The Reformation,” “Visual Faith: Literacy Skills for ‘Reading’ Christian Art,” “Thinking Christianly: Engaging Contemporary Topics in the Life of the Church Today,” and “Women in the New Testament” for a weekly adult class and women’s ministries group at Southern Gables Church, 2013-2015
  • Mentor at Denver Seminary for current graduate students, 2013-present

Notable Publications:

  • Forthcoming publication: “Agrippina’s Memoirs,” in The Classical Outlook
  • “Palaeography as Instructional Praxis in the Latin Classroom,” CCA regional meeting, Boulder, CO, 2013

Speaking Engagements:

  • Forthcoming presentation: SBL/AAR regional conference, March 2015; candidate for Regional Scholar Award (TBD following conference)
  • Forthcoming presentation: Denver Seminary Theology Colloquium. “A Contemporary Ethical Implication of Soteriology in Iranaeus and Athanasius”
  • Paper presented at the Patristics Society of North America (NAPS) annual meeting, Chicago, 2013: “New Converts and Catechumeni: Revisiting Approaches to the Passio Perpetuae

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