About Our Contributors:

Alex Marshall is Seminarian Intern at the Episcopal Church at Yale (ECY) and a second year Master of Divinity Candidate at Yale Divinity School.  He is a graduate of Southeastern Bible College in Birmingham, Alabama were he studied Theology and Philosophy.  Alex is very interested in college or campus ministry and youth ministry and is always excited for an opportunity to teach about theology or the Bible and meet with students, especially in an informal setting.  He is the author of the blog Musings and Philosophizings.

Dallas Goebel is a Christian, specifically a Reformed Evangelical Baptist, as well as a husband and father to his wife, Leah, and their daughter Elianah. He graduated from Jefferson State Community College with an A. A. in Liberal Studies, Southeastern Bible College with a B. A. in Biblical Studies, and is currently working on his MDiv at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is scheduled to graduate in May of 2013.  He is the author of the blog No Other Name.

Colby Jones is a graduate student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School near Chicago, Illinois where he is working on an MA in New Testament.  He graduated from Southeastern Bible College first in his class in 2010.

Michael Glawson is working on a Ph.D. in Philosophy at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  He graduated in 2009 from Southeastern Bible College with a degree in theology and philosophy.  He has two blogs of his own which are definitely worth reading:  The Mind on Fire and The Holy Dark.  His greatest interests are in questions of how to best ”do” life, and how great ideas about the nature of world, culture, science, history, etc. impact the deep, fundamental aspects of human life like love, religion, friendship, sex, emotion and all the other things that make life worth living and talking about.

Peggy Gurubel is studying for an MA in Counseling at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.  She graduated from Southeastern Bible College in 2010.  She is interested in any discussion revolving around theology, psychology, and relationships and is always interested in learning, thinking, and analyzing the call to life, meaning, love, and people.  She also thoroughly enjoys a good cup o’ joe while jamming out to Wilco.

Austin DeArmond is a theology student with a passion for God, his mission in the world, & people.   He graduated from Southeastern Bible College and is the author of Austin’s Blog.

Craig A. Ford, Jr., graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2010 and is currently a candidate for the Master of Arts in Religion program with a concentration in Ethics at Yale Divinity School.  Craig is also one of the founding members of the Right to Life Fellowship at Yale Divinity School, and he current serves as its President.

Jenn Hardy is a seminarian and church history addict who sometimes wades into the murky waters of theology, culture, church polity and politics.  She graduated from Southeastern Bible College and currently attends Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama.

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