When some writers put hand to keyboard, the words that flow are milk and honey. By contrast, mine are more like Swissmiss chocolate powder poured into cold water (if you know you know). I do not blog regularly, but from time to time the words do come to me. When doctored up, like Swissmiss with a dab of milk and a few real marshmallows, they aren’t half bad.

About Jesse Gentile.

I am a jack of all trades. Web designer, non-profit director, former public school teacher, former aircraft enthusiast,  I am taking-too-long-to-finish PhD student at Fuller Seminary with interests in analytic theology, theological anthropology, epistemology, and hermeneutics. Equally important I fellowship and teach regularly in open Plymouth Brethren congregations in the LA Area and at conferences throughout N. America. I have been married for 19 years to a wonderful woman of industry and wisdom who works as a wills and trusts attorney. We have two children. At home there are plenty of legos, crafting messes and things to laugh about. I have MA’s in Biblical studies (Dallas Seminary, 2003) Instructional Design (Florida State Unviersity, 2008), and Philosophy (Talbot School of Theology, 2016).