Candidate for ordination in the ELCA studying theology at Princeton Seminary in New Jersey. Research interests include end-of-life care, Lutheran liturgics, religion in the public sphere, and interdisciplinary work bridging behavioral economics and theology.
A third-generation Sikh American, Valarie is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and advocate who speaks out on race, religion, gender, and power in America. You can read more about her work here: www.valariekaur.com/blog
Paul Joseph Greene is attending the second year of his doctoral program, seeking a Ph.D. in systematic theology at Luther Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota. "Let's talk interreligiously about liberation, identity, power, privilege, creative transformation, process, politics, and Glee! And by virtue of our relationship, let's become a new creation together."
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