Thomas Kincaid began ordained ministry at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas and has been vice rector there since June 2015.
Between his first stint at Incarnation and his current role, Thomas served as priest-in-charge of two parishes in the Diocese of Northern Indiana.
He attended Duke Divinity School, graduating from its Anglican Episcopal House of Studies. Prior to Duke, he spent a year in Washington, D.C., after attending Southern Methodist University, where he earned a BBA in finance and a BA in American history.
Thomas is married to Covenant contributor Dr. Elisabeth Kincaid, an Assistant Professor of Moral Theology at the Aquinas Institute. They have two children.
Thomas also serves as the Treasurer of the Living Church Foundation.
I hate to speak in such colloquialisms, but Diana Butler Bass just doesn’t get it. In her Huffington Post response to Ross Douthat, Bass asks: “Can Christianity be saved?” Her question illuminates much.