Poiema contributors are educators, ministers, and creative professionals who value the intersection of faith, culture, and creativity and are committed to human flourishing through a sustained engagement in the Great Conversation of the Western tradition.
Christine Norvell is an author, speaker, and longtime educator. She graduated from Faulkner University’s Great Books program with a Masters in Humanities and teaches high school literature and humanities at a classical Christian school. She is the author of Till We Have Faces: A Reading Companion (2017) and writes weekly at her website thylyre.com.
Scott is a writer and teacher living in North Idaho collecting more books than he’ll ever read in a lifetime. While pursuing a PhD in Humane Letters, he shares valuable tips on writing and teaching, rich insights into theology and literature, and meaningful perspective on living a life of significance. You can subscribe to the tribe and follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus.
James Chaisson is a husband and father of four who lives in West Brookfield, Massachusetts. He is an associate minister and holds a Master of Arts in Christian and Classical Studies from Knox Theological Seminary. He has a passion for the Bible, theology, and the Great Books of the Western World. You can follow him on Google Plus or connect with him on Facebook.
Zak Schmoll is the founder of Entering the Public Square, a blog founded on the sincere belief that every Christian should understand the importance of discussing Christianity in the marketplace of ideas. He is a PhD student in humanities at Faulkner University. Join the Facebook group or follow him on Twitter.