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  • Deborah Haarsma Deborah Haarsma is President of BioLogos. She is an astronomer and frequent speaker on modern science and Christian faith at research universities, churches, and public venues like the National Press Club. Her work appears in several recent books, including Four Views on Creation, Evolution, and Design and Christ and the Created Order. She wrote the book Origins with her husband and fellow physicist, Loren Haarsma, presenting the agreements and disagreements among Christians regarding the history of life and the universe. She edited the anthology Delight in Creation: Scientists Share Their Work with the Church with Rev. Scott Hoezee. Previously, Haarsma served as professor and chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Calvin University. She is an experienced research scientist, with several publications in the Astrophysical Journal and the Astronomical Journal on extragalactic astronomy and cosmology. She has studied large galaxies, galaxy clusters, the curvature of space, and the expansion of the universe using telescopes around the world and in orbit. Haarsma completed her doctoral work in astrophysics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her undergraduate work in physics and music at Bethel University. (Source and photo: BioLogos)
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  • Rachel G Hackenberg Rachel G. Hackenberg is an ordained United Church of Christ minister with degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary and Colgate University. Her achievements include the Jagow Prize in Homiletics (2007), Joe R. Engle Preaching Fellowship (2009), and Adese Fellowship (2020). Currently Rachel serves as publisher and managing editor for The Pilgrim Press. Her professional experience includes positions in pastoral ministry, curriculum development, denominational polity, Christian formation, theological education, and outdoor ministry. Rachel also writes online for RevGalBlogPals, the Stillspeaking Daily Devotional, and occasionally The Huffington Post. (Source: rachelhackenberg.com; photo: darkwoodbrew.org)
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  • Roddy Hamilton Roddy Hamilton is minister of New Kilpatrick Parish Church, Scotland.
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  • Joanna Harader Joanna Harader is pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo: peacemennonite.org)
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  • Sara Hargreaves Sara co-leads engageworship together with husband Sam, drawing from her experience in music, worship and youthwork. She has led worship and training for networks such as Spring Harvest, Tearfund and Fresh Expressions. She is co-author of a number of books including Whole Life Worship (IVP 2017) and Simple Worship (MWF 2016). (Source: engageworship.org)
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  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (15 July 1606 – 4 October 1669), usually simply known as Rembrandt, was a Dutch Golden Age painter, printmaker and draughtsman. An innovative and prolific master in three media, he is generally considered one of the greatest visual artists in the history of art and the most important in Dutch art history. (Source and photo: wikipedia.org)
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  • Katherine HawkerSelf Katherine HawkerSelf is a former UCC minister (Michigan and Missouri) who continues to write about Jesus, justice, and “the work of making meaning.” (Source: liturgyoutside.net; photo: queerituality.com)
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  • Emily C Heath Rev. Dr. Emily Carrington Heath is a United Church of Christ minister currently serving as Pastor of the Congregational Church in Exeter, New Hampshire, and a writer and public theologian. Heath’s work has been heavily featured in Christian Century, the Huffington Post’s religion section, the Still Speaking Writers’ Group’s Daily Devotions, and more. Their first book, Glorify: Reclaiming the Heart of Progressive Christianity, was published by Pilgrim Press in the spring of 2016. Their most recent book is Courageous Faith: How to Rise and Resist in a Time of Fear was published in 2018. They are currently completing their third book, a devotional for LGBTQ Christians and friends, which will be published by Westminster/John Knox Press. Heath has spoken to numerous educational and religious groups on topics of faith, gender identity, LGBTQ+ rights, and public policy. (Source and photo: emilycheath.com)
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  • Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker, editor-in-chief of ArtWay, has a background in musicology (University of Amsterdam) with minors in art history, philosophy and liturgical studies (Free University in Amsterdam). For many years she worked as an editor, translator, researcher and writer. She edited the Complete Works of her father (art historian Hans Rookmaaker) and has written about popular music, liturgy and the visual arts. She contributed to over twenty books. In 2019 she was co-curator of Art Stations of the Cross in Amsterdam. She has worked as co-editor on a book about (neo-)Calvinism and art, which was published in Dutch in 2020 and is soon to be published in English. She lives in Langbroek in the Netherlands. (Source: ArtWay)
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  • Sarah Henrich Rev. Sarah Henrich, Ph.D., is Professor Emerita from Luther Seminary where she taught New Testament for many years. She now serves as an interim pastor in the metro Twin Cities area, continues to love travel, reading, and quilting, and dotes on her granddaughter.
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  • Mary Hinkle Shore Mary Hinkle Shore is rector and dean of Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University. From 2013-2019, she served as pastor of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, an ELCA congregation in Brevard, North Carolina, and before that she taught New Testament at Luther Seminary for 16 years. Shore is a frequent speaker and author of the book Signs of Belonging: Luther's Marks of the Church and the Christian Life. She has also published articles in The Christian Century magazine, Word and World Journal, Journal for Preachers, and the website Working Preacher. (Source: workingpreacher.org; photo: christiancentury.org)
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  • Scott Hoezee Rev. Scott E. Hoezee is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church in North America and has served two congregations. He was the pastor of Second Christian Reformed Church in Fremont, Michigan, from 1990-1993. Then from 1993-2005 he was the Minister of Preaching and Administration at Calvin CRC in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In the spring of 2005 Scott accepted the Seminary’s offer to become the first Director of the Center for Excellence in Preaching. He has also been a member of the Pastor-Theologian Program sponsored by the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, New Jersey, where he was pastor-in-residence in the fall of 2000. From 2001-2011 Scott served on the editoral board of Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought and was co-editor of that journal from 2005-2011. Rev. Hoezee is the author of several books including The Riddle of Grace (1996), Flourishing in the Land (1996),Remember Creation (1998), Speaking as One: A Look at the Ecumenical Creeds (1997), Speaking of Comfort: A Look at the Heidelberg Catechism (1998), and Proclaim the Wonder: Preaching Science on Sunday (2003). (Source: calvinseminary.edu; photo: calvin.edu)
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  • Jennifer L Holberg Professor Holberg co-directs the Calvin Center for Faith and Writing, the home of not just the biennial Festival of Faith and Writing but a host of other initiatives. Her interest in the intersections of faith and literature also shows up in her biweekly contributions as one of The Twelve (since 2012), a blog about contemporary issues through a Reformed Christian lens, as well as in her book, Shouts and Whispers: 21 Writers Speak About Their Writing and Their Faith, published by Eerdmans in 2006, which received a coveted starred review from Publishers Weekly. The first woman “Professor of the Year” at Calvin, she is passionate about teaching, both in her classroom and in her scholarship as the founding co-editor of the Duke University Press journal, Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2020. Holberg has served on numerous departmental and campus committees, including serving as Associate Director of the Honors Program, Head Teaching Fellow of the Teaching and Learning Network, and faculty leader of the Faculty Senate for six years; she currently chairs the all-university Educational Policy Committee. An enthusiastic advocate of public scholarship, she teaches CALL (Calvin Academy of Lifelong Learning) each semester and frequently speaks to churches and other community groups. (Source: calvin.edu)
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  • Cameron B R Howard Cameron B. R. Howard, associate professor of Old Testament, joined the Luther Seminary faculty in July 2012. She previously held visiting appointments at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta and the School of Theology at Sewanee, the University of the South. Among her publications are contributions to The New Interpreter’s Bible One-Volume Commentary (Abingdon 2010), the twentieth-anniversary edition of the Women’s Bible Commentary (Westminster John Knox 2012), Connections: A Lectionary Commentary Resource (Westminster John Knox 2018), Presbyterians Today magazine, and the journal Word & World. Committed to making academic biblical scholarship accessible and relevant to clergy and laypeople, Howard has written over two dozen essays for WorkingPreacher.org and is a contributor to BibleOdyssey.org, the Society of Biblical Literature’s web-based initiative for public biblical scholarship. Her book, The Old Testament for a Complex World: How the Bible’s Dynamic Testimony Points to New Life for the Church, was published by Baker Academic in June 2021. (Source and photo: luthersem.edu)
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  • Anne Sutherland Howard The Rev. Anne Sutherland Howard is Executive Director of The Beatitudes Society, a new organization building a national network for progressive Christian seminarians. Before coming to The Beatitudes Society in September, 2006, she served as Associate Rector at a church well-known for its prophetic social justice teaching, preaching and action, Trinity Episcopal Church in Santa Barbara, California. A seasoned and accomplished preacher, she is now Preacher-in-Residence at Trinity, and is the author of "Claiming the Beatitudes: Nine Stories from a New Generation" (Alban, 2009). Prior to ordination, she was a newspaper reporter and later Executive Director of the Interfaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race at All Saints Church in Pasadena, CA. Since ordination in 1988, she has served as Associate and Interim Rector at All Saints by-the-Sea, in Santa Barbara and as Canon to the Ordinary for Bishop Fred Borsch in the Diocese of Los Angeles, and also as Director of Mt. Calvary Invites, an adult education program of Holy Cross Monastery in Santa Barbara. She is a graduate of Episcopal Divinity School and the University of California, Santa Barbara. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Capps Center for Ethics, Religion and Public Life at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (Source: Day 1; photo: Amazon)
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  • James C Howell Dr. James C. Howell has been senior pastor of Myers Park United Methodist Church since 2003, and has served churches in the Charlotte area for 25 years. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Duke Divinity School, and has a Ph.D. from Duke. He has published 15 books, the most recent being Why This Jubilee: Advent Reflections on Songs of the Season. He serves on numerous nonprofit boards in the community, speaks frequently in Charlotte and around the country, and is an adjunct professor of preaching at Duke Divinity School. (Source: ministrymatters.com; photo: bakerpublishinggroup.com)
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  • Juan Huertas Juan Carlos Huertas is the Minister of Proclamation and Practice of Justice at First-Plymouth Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Lincoln, NE and previously served as lead pastor of Grace Community United Methodist Church in Shreveport, LA. He graduated from Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, and was a fellow of The Fund for Theological Education. (Source: firstplymouth.org; day1.org; photo: firstplymouth.org)
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  • Mary S Hulst Rev. Dr. Mary S. Hulst has served as [Calvin] University Pastor since 2009. Before coming to Calvin, she spent eight years serving as the senior pastor at Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids before leaving to pursue a PhD in communication ethics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her bachelor’s degree is in classical studies from Calvin College, and her master of divinity was granted by Calvin Theological Seminary. Dr. Hulst taught for one year in the Communications Arts and Sciences Department at Calvin College and then for two years at Calvin Theological Seminary, as Assistant Professor of Preaching, where she still teaches on occasion. (source: calvin.edu; photo: calvinchimes.org)
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  • Edith M Humphrey Dr. Edith M. Humphrey is the William F. Orr Professor of New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (2002-present). Prior to her service at PTS, she taught at several colleges and universities in Canada, and was professor of Scripture at Augustine College, Ottawa, Canada, from 1997-2002, where in her final year she served as dean. The author of numerous articles on the literary and rhetorical study of the Bible, she has also written seven books: Further Up and Further In: Orthodox Conversations with C. S. Lewis on Scripture and Theology (St. Vladimir’s Press, 2017), Scripture and Tradition: What the Bible Really Says (Baker Academic, 2013); Grand Entrance: Worship on Earth as in Heaven (Brazos, 2010); And I Turned to See the Voice: The Rhetoric of Vision in the New Testament (Baker Academic, 2007); Ecstasy and Intimacy: When the Holy Spirit Meets the Human Spirit (Eerdmans, 2005); the Sheffield Guide to Joseph and Aseneth (Continuum/Sheffield, 2000); and The Ladies and the Cities: Transformation and Apocalyptic Identity in Joseph and Aseneth, 4 Ezra, the Apocalypse and The Shepherd of Hermas (Sheffield, 1995). In her popular writing she has addressed such subjects as the Jesus Seminar, the Trinity, sexuality and the human person, music and theology, the authority of Scripture within the Great Tradition, and Christian spirituality. Humphrey is also co-author, along with other members of the Primate’s Theological Commission (Anglican Church of Canada), of a series of theological workbooks for congregational use, titled Wrestling with God. She is currently working on two research projects: Mediation and The Immediate God and the reading of the Church fathers on justification language in St. Paul’s letters. An active member of the Orthodox Church (attending St. George’s Antiochian Church, Oakland), she retains strong ties with friends in various denominations, and is a well-known as a popular speaker at church retreats, ecumenical conferences, and seminary events. An accomplished musician who was the musical director and organist at St. George’s Anglican Church in Ottawa, she now helps with her parish choir, participates in the PTS Taizé ensemble, and plays oboe in the North Pittsburgh Symphonic Band. (Source and photo: pts.edu)
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  • Joan Huyser-Honig Joan Huyser-Honig is a writer with Huyser-Honig Creative Services. She is especially interested in worship that invites people to grow together in God’s generous love, made visible in who they call “neighbor” and how they seek the common good. (Source: worship.calvin.edu; photo: oakdaleneighbors.org)
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