Assistant Professor, Old Testament
Director of Competency-Based Theological Education
Ph.D., Christian Theology (Emphasis in Old Testament), McMaster Divinity College, 2018
Dissertation: “Hearing Voices: Exploring Psalmic Multivocality as Lyric Poetry”
M.A., Religious Studies, Missouri State University, 2012
Thesis: “‘Tell Me the Old, Old Story’: Hymns and Testimonies of Ancient Israel and American Pentecostals”
B.A., Advertising/Public Relations and Biblical Studies, Evangel University, 2009
Honor: Summa Cum Laude Minor: French
Meghan Musy is the director of Competency-Based Theological Education at AGTS and an assistant professor of Old Testament. She completed her doctoral studies in Christian Theology, with an emphasis on Old Testament, at McMaster Divinity College, and was awarded the Principal’s Medal upon graduation. She earned her master’s degree in Religious Studies at Missouri State University and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Evangel University. Her most recent research interests include Psalms, Hebrew lyric poetry, and biblical ethics. She is an active member of a number of academic guilds, presenting and participating at their annual meetings.
She also serves as the Girls Ministries Director of the Potomac Ministry Network and enjoys serving at her local church in Springfield.
Ordained in the Assemblies of God (Potomac Ministry Network)
Society for Pentecostal Studies Biblical Studies Interest Group Leader
Society of Biblical Literature Member
Institute for Biblical Research Fellow