Meg Ramey, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
Messiah College - Mechanicsburg, PA
October 30, 2014
Meg Ramey is a prime example of excellence in both academics and faith. She models to everyone and her students that one can pursue their education and relationship with God together. Currently she teaches as the Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Messiah College located in Pennsylvania. Her courses span across a variety of topics on Scripture. She has helped numerous students fall in love with the Word of God. As a caring, supportive professor, she helps navigate young men and women to develop skills at reading and analyzing the Bible for themselves.
She embodies the motto of Messiah College, “Christ Preeminent” as well as the goals of the school to sharpen intellect, deepen Christian faith, and inspire action. She has degrees in both theology and counseling. Her unique skills and hunger to learn has made her quite the jetsetter. While in South America, she helped with disaster relief, served in ministry, and taught ESL classes. Most recently she was in Scotland pursuing her doctorate as well as serving as a youth director at a local church before joining the staff at Messiah.
She is passionate about the person of Jesus and the many portrayals of Him found in modern literature including novels. The Gospel of Matthew is another one of her major interests as well as narrative criticism.