AuthenticTheology.com aims at authentic, honest, and clear discussions about theology.
My ministry work includes writing articles for AuthenticTheology.com, engaging in public theology, teaching, and preaching in a prison. I am keen on communicating authentically, honestly, and clearly about theological matters.
I received a Master of Divinity (M. Div.) degree from the Wake Forest University School of Divinity, where I served as a writer for The Tablet and in a public-theology internship. I am trained in Biblical Hebrew and Greek and have basic proficiency and reading competency in both.
I am also a practicing lawyer and clerked for federal judges in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., after law school. In addition to a law degree, I have graduate and undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering.
I’ve served as a deacon and Sunday School teacher, an adjunct professor at a law school and a graduate school, the chief editor of two quarterly publications, and on boards of multiple organizations, including ones associated with the arts, education, children, engineering, law, homelessness, and health.
I’m glad to talk with your group (any kind, small or large, of any denomination or none) about any topic addressed in one of my articles. I can approach the discussion any way you like. One of my favorite ways 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.
You can contact me through the Contact page of this website or at steve.gardner @ gmail .com.
The picture icon for the site is a picture I took from a small boat on the Sea of Galilee—get out of the boat and walk?