Adam focuses on the doctrine of the atonement, using theological, biblical, historical and literary sources. He loves hiking, making rope-swings, and generally having fun with his wife Katrina and their three sons. Read more about Adam here.
We pursue the Good,
the True and the Beautiful.
Anneke is a historian whose work focuses on the intersection of Christian theology, mission, and gender. She and her husband Stevie have three daughters and dream of someday living on a farm. Read more about Adam here.
Chris served as a pastor and a missionary, as well as the Director of the Wade Center at Wheaton College, Illionis. He went home to be with his Lord summer 2014. Read more about Chris here.
Diane is a medievalist whose specialty is heresy, pedagogy, and the use of religious language. She can be interested in just about anything—modern dance, economics, the chemistry of cooking—and reads widely. She loves to scheme with her husband Dominic and their contemplative preschooler and valiant toddler. Read more about Diane here.
Fred is a systematic theologian with an emphasis on the doctrine of the Trinity. He and his wife Susan have two children, Freddy and Phoebe. They are members of Grace Evangelical Free Church. Read more about Fred here.
Greg is a native Virginian who loves to travel and read. He serves as an ordained Anglican pastor and spends time with his wife Christina and sons Brendan and Nathanael. Read more about Greg here.
After graduating from Georgetown Law, Jamie returned to Biola University as a professor to continue the life of the mind in community. Her other hats include wife to Andrew and mother to daughter Miah. Read more about Jamie here.
Janelle is a lover of Pascal, Virtue Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, and the Philosophy of Film. She lives with her husband Phillip and their cat Cleo. Read more about Janelle here.
Joe teaches Bible, literature, and hermeneutics. He is a graduate of Fuller Seminary, Asbury Seminary, Asbury University, and the Rift Valley Academy. Joe and his wife Conchie have three children: Kip, William, and Laurel. Read more about Joe here.
Matt is a systematic theologian specializing in theological anthropology and ecclesiology. He is part of Fountain of Life Covenant Church and a licensed minister in the Evangelical Covenant Church. Read more about Matt here.
Matthew is a political theorist who works especially within the Thomistic-Aristotelian natural law tradition. He also loves Burke, barbecue, and bluegrass. He and his Southern wife, Ruthie, have three children, Jackson, Harry, and Mary Clement. Read more about Matthew here.
Melissa happily studies Renaissance English poetry, which has persuaded her that the world is almost infinitely interesting. She finds confirmation that it is so regularly, whether exploring the world in her garden, on her bike, or alongside her nieces and nephews. Read more about Melissa here.
Monica specializes in late 19th and early 20th century British and American literature and popular culture. On her days off, you’ll likely find her in a cafe with a good friend or a good book. Read more about Monica here.
The director of the Torrey Honors Institute, Paul is intensely interested in how foundational philosophical commitments drive educational theories. Before teaching at Biola, Dr. Spears was a youth minister for five years. Read more about Paul here.
Reuben Archer Torrey (1856-1928) helped found Biola University. A graduate of Yale, he pastored churches, wrote books, and toured the world on evangelical campaigns. His Statement of Doctrine is still held by Biola. Read more about Torrey here.