Trevor Cairney is Master of New College and Professor of Education at UNSW. He came to faith as a 30 year old from a life of comfortable atheism. He taught as a teacher for ten years before embarking on an academic career. As a researcher he has written many things about language, learning, pedagogy, epistemology and more recently apologetics and public theology. He edited ‘Theology and the Future: Evangelical Assertions and Explorations’ with David Starling, writes the blog ‘Literacy, Families & Learning’ and is the Director of CASE. He has been married to Carmen for 43 years, and has two daughters and 6 grandchildren.