Other Authors

Not all the material on this site is from the staff of Gutenberg College and its institutes; sometimes members of the larger Gutenberg community have contributed articles and other teaching.

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Jonathan Carraher

Jonathan Carraher is a 2006 graduate of Gutenberg College. As his time permits, he helps lead discussions at Gutenberg and encourages a new generation of students to think seriously and deeply about what they are reading.

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Linford Detweiler

Linford Detweiler is a writer, musician, and founding member of the band Over the Rhine. overtherhine.com

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Craig Doerksen

Craig Doerksen is the headmaster of the Upper School at Regents School of Austin, a classical Christian school in Austin, Texas. He received his B.A. from the University of Oregon and his M.A. from the University of Ireland, Maynooth. Both degrees were in English literature.

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Gilmore Greco

Gilmore Greco is a 2012 Gutenberg graduate. He teaches literature at Faith Christian Academy in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Deanna Hershiser

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Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson is a composer and musician who operates his own recording company, ArkMusic. www.arkmusic.com

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Toby Johnston

Toby Johnston is a 2002 graduate of Gutenberg College. He is a poet and received first place honors at the 2008 Oregon State Poetry Association Spring contest in the category "Poetry of Witness."

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Audio Series

  • How to Follow Jesus When You Cannot Kill the Beast (Summer Institute 2013). American culture is quickly, and inexorably, becoming an anti-Christian state. That's the thesis of a paper by Gutenberg tutor Dr. Jack Crabtree in which he explores what it will look like to exist as a follower of Jesus in the emerging hostile society and how believers can prepare for such a future. Is he right? Gutenberg tutors and others in the Gutenberg community presented responses to Jack's paper. After each presentation, a lively dialog between presenters and participants ensued. The Summer Institute, in the spirit of Gutenberg College's approach to education, was a conversation about ideas and their consequences. [The papers from the Summer Institute will be available on the website as each is ready for publication.] (Also on iTunes)

Robby Julian

Robby Julian has participated in the ministry of McKenzie Study Center since 1982, as wife of MSC teacher Ron Julian, as a student, and as an editor of MSC and Gutenberg College publications.

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Kathy Lamberg

Kathy Lamberg and her husband, Steve, have been part of the Gutenberg Community for several years. After raising their three children, Kathy returned to school and completed a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Northwest Christian University and a master’s degree in theology at George Fox Seminary.

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Kasey Pilcher

Kasey Pilcher is a 2009 graduate of Gutenberg College and former recruiter and director of Admissions.

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Audio Series

  • Democracy: A User's Manual (Summer Institute 2010). We all love America's Founding Fathers, but what did they really say? Does their plan still work? Gutenberg tutors and SI 2010 participants explored through discussion of assigned readings and these lectures the history and future of American democracy. [Works discussed at the Gutenberg College 2010 Summer Institute: The Brothers Karamazov (Fyodor Dostoyevsky); The Federalist Papers (James Madison); Individualism and Economic Order (F. A. Hayek); Democracy in America (Alexis de Tocqueville); The Political Illusion (Jacques Ellul).] (Also on iTunes)
  • Reading Minds: Dialogues Between Two Generations (Oktoberfuss 2007). How does the older generation speak to the new? And the new to the Old? How do two generations communicate ideas and beliefs about truth with each other. At the 2007 Oktoberfuss Conference, Gutenberg tutors and students explore the complex and vital topic of communication between generations today. (Also on iTunes)

Margaret Sholaas

Margaret Sholaas is a full-time computer programmer and a former McKenzie Study Center staff member. She has a degree in cell and molecular biology, and she completed MSC's biblical exegesis program. Her teaching at MSC focused on apologetics and alleged scientific problems with the biblical worldview.

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Sinah Simas

Sinah Simas is a 2010 graduate of Gutenberg College.

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James Simas

James Simas is a 2008 graduate of Gutenberg college. He is now employed as a technical support engineer for a large security software corporation.

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Kay Smith

Kay Smith has been part of the MSC community since 1982, when she and her husband, Dave, moved to Eugene to be part of McKenzie Study Center's School of Exegesis. (Subsequently, Dave pastored a church in town, and served on the board of Gutenberg College for many years.) The couple now lives in Temple, Texas. Kay received a degree in economics from Stanford University, after which she completed a two-year biblical studies program (Scribe School) at Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California. Currently, she tutors students in math and English.

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Dave Smith

Dave Smith was a member of Gutenberg College's Board of Governors for many years. He has an M.A. in education from Stanford University and completed a biblical studies program at Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California. He was pastor in Eugene for many years and now works as a chaplain in Temple, Texas.

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Tucker A. Teague

Tucker A. Teague, former MSC student and intern, has a BA in art history and an MA in film and telecommunication from the University of Oregon. At MSC, he has taught on the history of American film and visual literacy.

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