Christopher Holmes

The Rev. Dr. Christopher Holmes is Professor of Systematic Theology in the Theology Programme at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. Originally from London, Ontario, Canada, Chris has lived and ministered in NZ for several years. He is the author of over fifty book chapters and peer reviewed articles as well as six books. His latest book is Hearing and Doing: The Speeches in Acts and the Essence of Christianity, published in 2022 by Baylor University Press. Chris is married to Christina, and they have three children.

Steve Guthrie

Steve Guthrie is Professor of Theology / Religion and the Arts at Belmont University in Nashville, where he is also Senior Fellow of The Creative Arts Collective for Christian Faith and Life. He began his professional life as a performing musician, and much of his research and writing is at the intersection of theology and the arts. He is the author of Creator Spirit: The Holy Spirit and the Art of Becoming Human (Baker Academic, 2011), and along with Bennett Zon is the General Editor of the five-volume Oxford Handbook of Music and Christian Theology (Oxford University Press, 2025).

Steve Duby

Dr. Steven J. Duby is associate professor of theology at Phoenix Seminary. He teaches courses in systematic theology and hermeneutics. His main research interests include the doctrine of God (the divine attributes, the Trinity, and God's relationship to the world) and Christology. He also has a special interest in Thomas Aquinas, post-Reformation and modern Protestant theology, and integrating systematic theology and scriptural exegesis. He and his wife, Jodi, grew up in Michigan and have four children.

David Hogg

Dr. Hogg moved with his family from North Carolina to Arizona in 2021. Prior to joining Phoenix Seminary, Dr. Hogg taught at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina and Beeson Divinity School in Alabama where he was also the Academic Dean. Additionally, for more than a decade, Dr. Hogg has served as a visiting professor at Biblický Teologický Semináři in the Czech Republic. His work in medieval theology and history has been published by, among others, Oxford University Press, NYU Press and Crossway. He has also presented his work in different contexts including conferences hosted by the University of Notre Dame and King’s College, Aberdeen.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Dr. Hogg was an Associate Pastor and then Senior Pastor over an 11 year period. Outside of those commitments, he has also preached in numerous other locations throughout the southeastern United States, Canada, Britain and the Czech Republic.

Dr. Hogg and his wife Sarah have three boys and, as a family, represent three different nationalities.
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