About the Authors
~ Regular Contributors ~
Uri Brito is the pastor of Providence Church in Pensacola, Florida (CREC). He is both a Christian and a proponent of moral Libertarianism. His search for political coherence led him to Abraham Kuyper. Kuyper instilled a sort of consistent political ideology that was both diplomatic and dogmatic. Uri is married to Melinda, and father of three children. He is the founder and a contributor to Kuyperian Commentary. He has received his M.Div from Reformed Theological Seminary, and is the editor of the recently published The Church-Friendly Family and author of the pastoral essay entitled The Trinitarian Father. You may contact him at email@example.com
Steve Macias is the Executive Director of Cherish California’s Children and founder of the St. Anselm Leadership Institute. He was recognized for his work in bioinformatics, the technological applications of biology and medicine, by the University of California Davis, and he has received honors from the California State Assembly. His work has been featured on The Michael Medved Show, National Review magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, and the Conservative Political Action Conference. Steve and his wife, Sarah, live in California’s gold country and are members of Church of the King, Sacramento (CREC). Email: Stevemacias@me.com.
Adam McIntosh is a former missionary-kid to Arab Muslims in Israel and the West Bank. After high school, he continued his education both academically and privately while pursuing a career in music. Though originally from Kentucky, Adam and his wife and daughter currently live in Southern Illinois where he is fulfilling a pastoral internship at a local church. You may write to him here.
Justin Donathan is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary where he received his M.Div. and the University of Oklahoma, where he studied philosophy and political science (among other things) to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Humane Letters. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife and two beautiful daughters and serves as a deacon and pastoral intern at Resurrection Presbyterian Church (PCA) in South St. Louis City. He is currently working as a legal assistant as he pursues a call to pastoral ministry. You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matt Bianco is the husband of one, and father of three. He is a ruling elder in a Presbyterian Church in North Carolina. He is currently pursuing his M.Div. His favorite activities are reading and pantagruelizing–the act of philosophizing over beer and cigars. He is a classical liberal. And, although he was born in upstate New York, he is a southerner at heart. He’ll talk about anything, just give him a chance–or an excuse.
Sean Johnson is a graduate student of Literature at the University of Dallas (TX). He took his Bachelor’s degree from New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, ID, is an Oregonian, and cooks nearly as well as his wife. They live in nearby Fort Worth, TX, as members of All Saints Presbyterian Church (CREC).
Mark Horne has been a pastor, freelance writer, and conference speaker. He lives in Saint Louis in wedded bliss with Jennifer and has spawned four children with her. They have a dog too. He is the author of several books, some of which he actually wrote under his own name. He currently makes his living as a strident political blogger. His personal site is here, languishing for lack of use. His recently-started ministry is Hands & Eyes, and its fantastic YouTube Channel can be found here.
Andrew Isker is the husband of Kara, the father of Boniface, a ministerial student at Greyfriars’ Hall in Moscow, ID, and an intern at Christ Church, Moscow, ID. He and his wife are originally from Mankato, MN.
David Bostrom is a writer and publisher. He is also an ordained minister with over 20 years experience in pastoral ministry.David currently occupies himself using his writing skills to help others fulfill their God-given callings, and he is the author of the recently published book, Get Dominion. You can learn more about David by visiting his blog, madefordominion.com.
Luke A Welch is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis (MATS, 2011). He has served in various preaching, bible-study leading, and teaching responsibilities for over 15 years – teaching children, youth, college students and adults. He is married to Krista, and they are thankful to have 5 children. Luke blogs about Bible structure, symbolism and interpretation at his blog “Subtext”: lukeawelch.com. You can email him at lukeawelch @ gmail dot com.
Marc Hays is married to Jamie, and they have six children–a single, a double and a triple. They live in Hartsville, Tennessee where Marc works as a licensed land surveyor. He takes off one day a week to direct a Challenge 1 program with Classical Conversations. He studied music theory/composition at Middle Tennessee State University back in the 90’s. He’s finally working on finishing his bachelor’s degree through Liberty University Online. They are members of St. Mark Reformed Church (CREC).
~ Special Guest Contributors ~
Thomas Kidd is professor of history at Baylor University and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Studies of Religion. His books include Patrick Henry: First Among Patriots (Basic Books, 2011), God of Liberty: A Religious History of the American Revolution (Basic Books, 2010), American Christians and Islam (Princeton University Press, 2008), The Great Awakening: The Roots of Evangelical Christianity in Colonial America, (Yale University Press, 2007). He writes for outlets including WORLD Magazine, USA Today, and Patheos.com. Kidd teaches courses on colonial America, the American Revolution, and American religious history. He won a 2006-07 NEH Fellowship, and won a 2004 NEH Summer Stipend. Kidd began teaching at Baylor University in 2002 after completing a Ph.D. in history at the University of Notre Dame, where he worked with the historian of religion George Marsden. He received a B.A. and M.A. at Clemson University. He and his wife Ruby have two sons, Jonathan and Joshua.
Dr. Timothy R. LeCroy is the pastor of Christ Our King Presbyterian Church in Columbia, MO. He holds a PhD in Historical Theology from St. Louis University, majoring in the medieval period and minoring in patristics. He has several forthcoming publications, including his dissertation on early medieval eucharistic theology. His specialties are centered in ecclesiology, especially in the Eucharist and liturgy. Dr. LeCroy received his MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis and his BS in Chemical Engineering from NC State University. He is married to Rachel and has a daughter named Ruby Mae. http://pastortimlecroy.wordpress.com/ http://www.christourkingcolumbia.org/