Ryan Huber

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Ryan Huber is a PhD candidate in Christian Ethics, graduate instructor, teaching assistant at Fuller Theological Seminary and a research assistant at the UCLA School of Law living in Los Angeles, Calif. He has written a chapter in the forthcoming Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing volume Moral Formation in a Secular Age: An Interdisciplinary Look at the Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Marilynne Robinson, entitled “Singular Community: The Changing Significance of Friendship for Spiritual Formation in Bonhoeffer’s Life and Thought.” You can follow him on Twitter @ryanmhuber.

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