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Christian Collins Winn

Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology
Bethel College of Arts and Sciences
Ph.D. Drew University

Christian T. Collins Winn is Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology and the Chair of the Biblical and Theological Studies at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN. His areas of interest and research include the theology of Karl Barth, the life and thoughts of the Blumhardts, the history of Pietism, eschatology, political theology, inter-faith dialogue, ecumenism, and the historiography of evangelicalism. Collins Winn is the author or editor of seven books including "Jesus is Victor!" The Significance of the Blumhardts for the Theology of Karl Barth (2009), and Reclaiming Pietism: Retrieving an Evangelical Tradition (2015), co-authored with Roger Olson. He is also author of numerous book chapters and journal articles and has received grants from the Lilly Fellows program, the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, and the John Templeton Fund. Collins Winn is an ordained minister in the American Baptist Churches (USA).

Kenneth A Reynhout

Assistant Professor of Theology
Bethel Seminary
B.A. Bethel University
M.S. University of Michigan
M.A.C.T. Bethel Seminary
Ph.D. Princeton Theological Seminary

Kenneth A. Reynhout began his career in the mathematical sciences, but eventually returned to Bethel Seminary to pursue the study of theology and philosophy. His doctoral work at Princeton Seminary focused on the interdisciplinary dialogue between theology and the sciences, which led to the publication of his first book, Interdisciplinary Interpretation: Paul Ricoeur and the Hermeneutics of Theology and Science (Lexington). Reynhout has published essays in Theology Today, Literature and Theology, and The Heythrop Journal, and he currently serves as co-chair of the Ricoeur Group in the American Academy of Religion. His research interests include theology and science, continental philosophy, philosophy of science, ethics, and systematic theology.