Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is host of “Dear Shmuley,” a nationally syndicated daily radio show on the Talk America Radio network. He is one of the country’s most sought–after guests on radio and television talk show circuits and has appeared on nearly every American talk and news program.
Rabbi Morley T. Feinstein is the spiritual leader of Temple Beth-El of South Bend, Indiana. He is married to Nancy Lichtenstein, and together they have two sons, Aaron and Ariel. Rabbi Feinstein is the past National Treasurer of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Author of the Jewish Law Review and coauthor of the Jewish Values Game, Rabbi Feinstein has been published in Midstream, The Jewish Spectator, The American Rabbi, Keeping Posted, the Journal of Reform Judaism, Brotherhood, and Judaica.
In addition to their professional responsibilities as Dean of Men and Assistant Professor of Family Studies, respectively, at Andrews University, Don and Sue Murray have been involved in team ministry by providing marriage preparation and marriage enrichment for couples for many years. They received the Arthur and Maud Spaulding Distinguished Service in Family Ministries Award by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in 2000.
Jirí Moskala is an Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible Exegesis and Theology at the Theological Seminary of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. He was born in the Czech Republic. In 1990 Dr. Moskala received his Th.D. from Comenius Faculty of Protestant Theology (today Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University) in Prague, and in 1998 he earned his Ph.D. at Andrews University. He is an ordained minister of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and was principal of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary in Prague from 1990 till 1993. Dr. Moskala is married and the father of three daughters and two sons.
Rabbi Michael Gold assumed the pulpit of Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac Jewish Center in Tamarac, Florida, in 1990. Previously, he served as rabbi of Beth El Congregation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Congregation Sons of Israel in Upper Nyack, New York. A native of Los Angeles, Rabbi Gold received his B.A. in mathematics from the University of California in San Diego. He was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1979.
Rabbi Jonathan Tabachnikoff is a Reform Rabbi at the Temple Sinai of Glendale, California. He grew up in Miami, FL as the son of a Reform Rabbi. He did his undergraduate work at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA and most recently graduated from the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, OH. He married a fellow classmate who is now also a Rabbi in Northridge, CA—Debbie Till. They were both ordained in June of 1998.
Dr. Raoul Dederen is professor of theology emeritus and former dean of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. A graduate of the Athénée Royal in Belgium, he earned his master of arts and Dr. ès Sciences Morales degrees from the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Adele Reinhartz is currently the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, where she also holds an appointment as Professor in the Department of Religion and Culture. She received her education at the University of Toronto and at McMaster University, and also taught for many years at both of these universities.
Winston J. Craig is Professor of Nutrition and Director of the Dietetics Internship program at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, where he has taught health and nutrition classes since 1987. Dr. Craig received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia and a Master of Public Health degree in Nutrition from Loma Linda University, California. He is a registered dietitian and holds membership in several professional societies.
Hospital chaplain, director of “Still Waters,” a special center located in Buchanan, Michigan, where modern men and women can release their stress and renew their spiritual ties, Delcy Kuhlman has chosen to share her heart, her faith, and her life with suffering people. She is the mother of six children whose youngest is thirty-one and the wife of Tom Kuhlman who supports her ministry.