Dr. Jamin Hübner is an American theologian, biblical scholar, philosopher and musician from South Dakota. He is a graduate of Dordt College (BA Theology), Reformed Theological Seminary (MA Religion) and the University of South Africa (ThD Systematic Theology), and a student at Southern New Hampshire University (MS Economics) and currently serves as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness and founding Chair of Christian Studies at John Witherspoon College. Most of his curious insight, however, comes from being raised on his parents' farm.
Dr. Hübner is an accomplished percussionist, having won area set competitions, taught private lessons, toured Eastern Europe in concert band and the Pacific Northwest in big band, and performed with notable musicians such as David Gluck, Grant Manhart, David Burgess, and most recently with guitarist Charles Carey, in a local jazz ensemble.
Jamin's areas of interest include New Testament exegesis, libertarian theory and constitutional law, complexity theory and social organization, economics, and systematic theology (especially intersections with bibliology, postmodernism, science, and gender). Throughout his career, he has been an active member of numerous academic societies (ASA, CBE, ACE, AES, CETA, IAPCHE, SBL, AAR, ETS, ARL, etc.) and has published a wide array of monographs and peer-review articles. More significantly, Dr. Hübner is an avid member of the Black Hills Table Tennis Club, a card-carrying member of the Tenth Amendment Center, and, being a direct descendant of William Brewster, a member of the Mayflower Society.
Jamin's wife Jessica (BS Biology, MS Counseling) is a narrative-oriented family therapist with a background in wildlife biology. Together, they enjoy outdoor-life, reading, tea, trips to Boulder, and running their small businesses—a seasonable bed-and-breakfast and the Black Hills Photography Company (blackhillsphoto.org). They love God and their soft and cuddly rescue dog, Shostakovitch.