An exploration of truth, beauty, wisdom, and goodness at the intersection of faith and scholarship. We look for present and future hope, while attempting to honestly investigate the problems facing humanity and the church. By ...more
Dr Justin Winzenburg has his Ph.D. in New testament from London School of Theology in the UK. His expertise is in the areas of the New Testament and its Roman Imperial context as well as in New testament hermeneutics. His dissertation, entitled Subversive Speech Acts? An Evaluation of an Imperial Critical Reading of Ephesians, explores whether the content of Ephesians was intended to challenge Roman imperial ideology. He is currently Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek at Crown College in St. Bonifacius Minnesota. Dr. Winzenburg teaches a wide range of New Testament courses including Paul's letter to the Romans, New testament History, and Corinthians Correspondence. He also co-teaches classes on faith, religion and political powers, global theology, and faith and film. Dr. Winzenburg grew up in Hopkins MN where he became interested in sports and music at an early age. He is an avid collector of vinyl records and he enjoys playing golf, basketball, and fantasy football. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.
Stephen W. Jones is father of three and husband of one. He works to see transformation in the lives of individuals, communities, and the world. He yearns to see beauty rise out of pain, and believes that rooting lives in eschatological hope sets people free. Jones teaches, trains, and studies at the intersection of intercultural relations, cross-cultural ministry, and political science. He is a Ph.D. Candidate in International Development at the University of Southern Mississippi and earned his M.A. in Intercultural Relations from the University of the Pacific, in conjunction with the Intercultural Communication Institute. He was formerly Assistant Professor of International Studies at Crown College in Minnesota, where he oversaw the Center for Global Engagement and the International Relations (B.A.) and Intercultural Youth Development (B.S.) majors.