Matthew Halsted has completed degrees in international studies and philosophy, as well as a Ph.D. from London School of Theology/Middlesex University (UK) for his research on biblical intertextuality and philosophical hermeneutics. In 2015, Matthew started Trinityhaus to be an educational avenue to bridge the unfortunate gap that exists between the church and academy. As an adjunct professor and ordained minister, he remains passionate about this issue. His calling is to help Christians read the Bible rightly and faithfully and to learn how to reflect deeply on important theological and philosophical issues. Matthew's aim is to help Christians acquire the skills they need to have a robust and persuasive public witness.
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Andrew Hollingsworth earned his Ph.D. with a major in Theology and a minor in New Testament from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He has a passion for educating future ministers, academicians, and apologists, as well as the church laity. The majority of his academic research concerns the intersections of theology and philosophy. Concerning his popular-level writing, his goal is to educate laypersons on general matters of theology, apologetics, and hermeneutics. If you have any questions or requests for speaking engagements, you can contact him at the email address provided below.