Dennis Greeson grew up in South Asia, the son of missionary parents, before relocating to Texas for university and North Carolina for seminary and doctoral studies. He has a passion for exploring how theology and theological education can transcend cultural boundaries.
R. Gregory Jenks
Greg Jenks is Associate Professor at Saddleback College in Southern California where he teaches courses in Bible and philosophy. He has taught New Testament at Moody Bible Institute—Spokane, and Greek for Bible translators for Dallas International University.
Peter G. Riddell
Peter Riddell is Professorial Research Associate in History at SOAS University of London, and Senior Research Fellow at the Australian College of Theology. He has previously taught at several schools including the London School of Theology and the Melbourne School of Theology.
David Roach is a church historian and journalist. He teaches across the theological disciplines at several Christians colleges and seminaries. His writing has appeared in Christianity Today and Baptist Press among other outlets. He has pastored a Baptist church in Shelbyville, Kentucky.
Gregory Soderberg is a teacher, writer, and speaker. He teaches online with Kepler Education and served as the founding Academic Dean for LAMP Seminary RDU in Raleigh, NC. He has 19 years of experience teaching various subjects in the humanities.
Drew Yancey is an adjunct professor of theology at Denver Seminary and author of Transforming Enterprise? Drew is an avid traveler (having visited nearly 40 countries) and proud sixth-generation northern Coloradoan where he lives with his amazing wife and three kids.
Peter James Yoder serves as Lecturer in Historical Theology and Director of Admissions at the Dallas campus of Reformed Theological Seminary. He has had the privilege of holding several research fellowships, including one at the Leibniz Institute of European History (Mainz).