March 2022 – Present
Project Description: Bolstering RTB’s mission in the area of Hebrew Cosmology through written and recorded resources.
Biography: Joe R. Miller began his academic career at Pennsylvania State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering. Since then he has earned five additional degrees, including an MDiv from Oral Roberts University, an MASR (master of arts in science and religion) from Southern California Seminary, and a DMin from Biola University. He completed his ThM and PhD in ethics from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. For more than a decade, Dr. Miller has taught a variety of courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level covering a variety of topics, including the integration of science and faith. He has authored multiple books on leadership, church history, and biblical theology, including his latest work, Elders Lead a Healthy Family: Shared Leadership for a Vibrant Church.
Outside of academics, Miller has over twenty years of experience in pastoral ministry. He currently disciples college students through the ministry Ratio Christi. He also helps Christians apply the truth and love of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the most challenging social issues of our day through his nonprofit called the Center for Cultural Apologetics. His podcast, educational videos, sermons, and blog archives can be accessed for free at www.morethancake.org.
Joe and his wife Suzanne live in San Diego, CA, with their three sons.
February 2021 – Present
Project Description: Translating the Navigating Genesis study into Mandarin with technical excellence. Successfully publishing these works via digital press.
Biography: Cynthia Cheung is a retired astrophysicist with a PhD from University of Maryland and an AB from University of California, Berkeley, both in astronomy. She has worked for 35 years in various roles for NASA space missions. She has significant experience in space science mission operations and data management, data archive interoperability, applied information technology, robotics and intelligent control systems, modeling and simulation, and education and public outreach. Her research interests included high energy astrophysics, stellar evolution, and nucleosynthesis. Her work experience spans contractor, government, and academic environments.
Cheung had a bicultural upbringing and became a Christian in Hong Kong when she was very young. She has served in leadership positions in college fellowships and Chinese churches in the US. She has given science and faith seminars at church retreats and Sunday schools, in both English and Chinese.