Nancy Pearcey

Nancy Pearcey is the author of Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality. Her earlier books include The Soul of ScienceSaving LeonardoFinding Truth, and two ECPA Gold Medallion Award Winners: How Now Shall We Live (coauthored with Harold Fickett and Chuck Colson) and Total Truth. Her books have been translated into eight languages. She is professor and scholar in residence at Houston Baptist University. A former agnostic, Pearcey has spoken at universities such as Princeton, Stanford, USC, and Dartmouth. She was highlighted as one of the five top women apologists by Christianity Today and was hailed in The Economist as "America's pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual."

André Schutten

André Schutten is General Legal Counsel and Director of Law & Public Policy with the Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada. He has made written and oral arguments before the Supreme Court of Canada and three provincial courts of appeal and has presented to various Parliamentary committees. André obtained an Honours B.A. in Classics and Religion (McMaster University, 2007), a Bachelor of Laws degree (University of Ottawa, 2010), a Master of Laws degree in constitutional law (Osgoode Hall, 2013) and a Certificate in Human Rights Law (Osgoode Hall, 2015). He was called to the Ontario Bar in June, 2011. André has served as an elder and church organist at Jubilee Church in Ottawa and lives in the national capital region with his wife and three children.

Ted Van Raalte

Dr. Ted Van Raalte was ordained in 1999 and has served as professor of ecclesiology at CRTS since 2013, where he teaches philosophy, apologetics, and ethics, among other subjects. He also writes for the column, "Clippings on Politics and Religion" (Clarion) and has addressed LGBTQ issues in a variety of settings. In 2018 he published Antoine de Chandieu: The Silver Horn of Geneva’s Reformed Triumvirate (Oxford University Press). He has edited a number of other books and regularly writes articles for academic journals. God has blessed him and his wife Christine with eight children, and his prayer is that all of them would find their identity and meaning in Christ.

Jason Van Vliet

Dr. Jason Van Vliet was ordained in 1996 and was called to serve as professor of dogmatics at CRTS in 2009. His dissertation was published as, Children of God: The Imago Dei in John Calvin and His Context (2009) and more recently he published a study that is being widely used, Growing in The Gospel (2016). He looks forward to this opportunity apply his studies on the image of God to current issues surrounding gender identity. When he’s not busy at the seminary, you might find him relaxing at the keyboards of a pipe organ or camping with his wife Janet and their seven children.