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Leah Kabira

Updated 04/13/2022

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Israel Kamudzandu

Dr. Israel Kamudzandu is Associate Professor of New Testament Studies and Lindsey P. Pherigo Chair at Saint Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of Abraham Our Father: Paul and Ancestors in Postcolonial Africa (Fortress Press, 2013), and Abraham as a Spiritual Ancestor: A Postcolonial Zimbabwean...

Updated 04/20/2021

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Barbara Kane

Updated 05/16/2022

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Billy Kangas

Billy Kangas is the author of "How the First Christians Changed Dying." He is also the editor of and regular contributor to "The Orant", an ecumenical theology blog concerned with how the traditional practices of Christian worship relate to the challenges of contemporary culture. He is currently the "Catholic Relations"...

Updated 05/15/2022

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Anil Kant

Updated 01/22/2022

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Henry Karlson

Henry Karlson, after studying early church history and theology, and talking to a close friend who could answer many of his questions, became a Byzantine Catholic in 1995. Because of his interests, he eventually pursued graduate studies in theology. He has a wide variety of topics he likes to talk...

Updated 05/15/2022

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Jes Kast

Jes Kast is a progressive minister, constructive theologian, and pop culture aficionado. She is the pastor of Faith United Church of Christ in State College, PA. (Source and photo: revjeskast.com)

Updated 09/20/2021

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Katerina Katsarka Whitley

Katerina Katsarka Whitley was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, where her early life was marked by military occupation and the death of her mother related to the war. She learned English in school and eventually made her way to North Carolina where she studied poetry and began her writing career. “Katerina...

Updated 03/04/2022

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Bob Kauflin

Bob Kauflin serves as the Director of Sovereign Grace Music. After receiving a piano performance degree from Temple University in 1976, Bob traveled for eight years with the contemporary Christian group GLAD as a songwriter, speaker, and arranger. He continued to write and arrange for the group until 2010, and...

Updated 03/05/2021

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John F Kavanaugh

John F. Kavanaugh, SJ, was an esteemed scholar and beloved professor of philosophy and medical ethics at St. Louis University for 36 years (as well as a parish priest, social activist, musician and America columnist), until his death in 2012. His seminal book, Following Christ in a Consumer Society, published...

Updated 09/09/2021

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