Authentic Theology -- Steve Gardner's Divinity School Blog

Thoughts on Divinity School, Theology, Law, Public Policy, & Religion


Steve Gardner is a student in the School of Divinity at Wake Forest University studying for a Master of Divinity degree.  He is a practicing lawyer and clerked for federal judges in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., after law school.  In addition to a law degree, he has graduate and undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering.  His current interests include theology’s interface with science, law, and public policy; application of evidence, logic, and reasoning to theological discussions; and communicating about theological matters authentically and clearly.

He is available to teach or speak about any topic discussed in his blog articles to Sunday School classes, church small-groups, Sunday or Wednesday night classes, seminars, book clubs, and other groups of any denomination or none.  His general approach is to present both sides of an issue so that your group can have a better understanding of the various views, rather than to advocate a particular conclusion, and the session(s) can be tailored to your group.  He is serving in a public-theology internship and this service is free.

You can contact Steve through the Contact page of this website or at steve.gardner @ gmail .com.

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