Contributors

In addition to a number of guest authors, Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy features regular contributions from the following authors:

The Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick is pastor of St. Paul Orthodox Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, author of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy (Ancient Faith Publishing/Conciliar Press, 2011), and host of the Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy and Roads from Emmaus podcasts. [ Post Archive | Personal Blog ]

The Rev. Fr. Stephen De Young is Assistant Pastor of St. George Orthodox Cathedral of Charleston, West Virginia. [ Post Archive ]

Alison Sailer studied music therapy and philosophy at Temple University in Philadelphia, and is now a music therapist in South Florida. She attends Saint Mark Greek Orthodox Orthodox Church in Boca Raton. [ Post Archive | Personal Blog ]

Anjali Sivan was born and raised Hindu, and was an active Bahá’í for five years before finding Christ and being baptized into the Orthodox Church. She attends Holy Cross Antiochian Orthodox Church in Linthicum, Maryland. [ Post Archive | Personal Blog ]

Dr. Cyril (Gary) Jenkins is John H. Van Gorden Professor in History and History Department Chair at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania, and a member of St. Paul Orthodox Church in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. [Post Archive | Personal Blog ]

Eric Jobe is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago. He specializes in Hebrew poetry, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Second Temple Judaism. He is an instructor of Bible and biblical languages for the Orthodox Church in America, Diocese of the Midwest, Diaconal Vocations Program. [Post Archive]

Gabriel Vincent  has a BA in Philosophy and serves as a subdeacon at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Church. He is editor-in-chief of On Behalf of All and works in marketing. [ Post Archive ]

Jamey W. Bennett is an associate editor of the Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy site and curator of  A Field Guide to the Orthodox Church. He has a BA in Elementary Education and an MA in Biblical Studies, and currently lives in South Florida with his three beagles, Baxter, Bucer, and Rublev. [ Post Archive | Personal Blog ]

Nathaniel McCallum obtained a BS in Christian Ministries and Music Composition from Indiana Wesleyan University, and went on to study Historical Theology and Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. Nathaniel is a member of St Athanasius Orthodox Church in Nicholasville, KY, along with his wife and five children. [ Post Archive ]

Richard Barrett is the Artistic Director of The Saint John of Damascus Society, a non-profit (501(c)3) arts organization with the mission of “revealing Orthodox Christianity through its sacred music.” He is presently completing a Ph. D. in Ancient History at Indiana University, with his dissertation research focusing on civic devotions to the Mother of God in the Late Antique Roman city. He chants at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. [ Post Archive Personal Blog ]

Robert Arakaki administers OrthodoxBridge.com, “a meeting place for Evangelicals, Reformed and Orthodox Christians.” He attends Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Honolulu, Hawaii. [ Post Archive ]

Robin Phillips is the author of Saints and Scoundrels and a contributing editor for a number of publications, including Salvo Magazine, Touchstone and the Chuck Colson Center. He is working on a Ph.D. in historical theology through King’s College, London and blogs at Robin’s Readings and Reflections. [ Post Archive ]