Reverend Quincy James Rineheart is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio; one of two children born to Ms. Kathy Lynn Rineheart and Assistant Pastor Jeffery Martin, Sr. At the young age of thirty-one Reverend Rineheart has already made strides toward his future goals.
In May of 2007, Reverend Rineheart graduated (cum laude) from Wilberforce University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature. In May of 2012, he graduated with a Master of Divinity in Ethics and Theology with a certificate in Black Church Studies from Emory University, while serving as a teaching assistant for undergraduates during his tenure. In May of 2013, he graduated with a Master of Sacred Theology degree from Chicago Theological Seminary. The title of his master’s thesis was “Mitigating Black Homophobia: Theologies of Masculinity in the Black Charismatic Church Tradition.” This past September he had the honor of delivering a conference paper at Washington University School of Law for the Black Sexual Economies Conference entitled: “Daddy’s Little Boys: Bishop Eddie Long and Negotiations of Control through Homoeroticism in the Black Church.”
He was recently accepted into the PhD program in (Ethics, Theology, and Human Sciences) and received the Presidential Doctoral Fellowship, which is the highest and most selective fellowship at Chicago Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. He will begin the program in the spring of 2015. In his spare time he enjoys growing intellectually and traveling.
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