The Narrow Path is Steve's teaching ministry primarily to Christians. In part, it is a one-hour, call-in radio show. Christians call in with questions about what the Bible says on many topics and how certain passages can or cannot be interpreted. Occasionally, an atheist or agnostic or one of another faith calls in to inquire or raise objections. Steve takes all calls, including objections to what he has presented. It is an open forum with polite, respectful discussions. The object is for the host and the audience to learn together.
Steve is also available to teach and answer questions at church and home meetings. He has taught on every continent. If you would like to have him speak in your area, just organize a group, a place, and propose a date, or several, and e-mail Steve@TheNarrowPath.com.
The Narrow Path exists through the gifts of donors who appreciate these resources. We have no corporate sponsors and run no commercials on the radio or ads on the website. If you are blessed by these resources, we ask that you first pray for us, then tell your family and friends, then consider donating to help us stay "on the air". God faithfully provides through listeners.
About Steve Gregg
Steve has been teaching the Bible since he was 16 years old—49 years! His interest is in what the Bible actually says and does not say. He uses common sense and scholarship to interpret the passages. He is acquainted with what commentators and denominations say, but not limited by denominational distinctives that divide the body of Christ. While he is well read, he is free to be led by Scripture and the Holy Spirit. For details, read his full biography.
When asked a question about a passage, Steve usually lists its several interpretations, gives the reasoning behind each, cross-examines each, and then tells his own conclusions and reasons. He tries to teach how to read and reason about the Bible, not what to think. Education, not indoctrination.
Steve has learned on his own. He did not attend a seminary or Bible college, but he was awarded a Ph.D. for his work by Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Evansville, Indiana. He is the author of two books: