Christopher Beeley is the Walter H. Gray Assistant Professor of Anglican Studies and Patristics. Professor Beeley’s research interests include early Christian theology, biblical interpretation, spirituality, and classical Anglicanism. He is the author of Gregory of Nazianus on the Trinity and the Knowledge of God (Oxford University Press, 2007), and he is currently working on a larger reassessment of Nicene orthodoxy and a study of classical models of Christian leadership. He is on the editorial board of the Anglican Theological Review and a member of the board of directors of the North American Patristic Society and the Society of Biblical Literature. At Yale he teaches early Christian theology and Anglican theology, and he is involved in Berkeley Divinity School’s Anglican formation program. An Episcopal priest, he has served parishes in Texas, Indiana, Virginia, and the New Haven area, and he is active on the diocesan and national levels.