Brad Broadhead holds a PhD in systematic theology from McMaster Divinity College and a BMus in jazz studies from Capilano University. He has published and presented several papers on the intersection between theology and music. His dissertation, “A Jazz-Shaped Conception of Christian Freedom: Improvising against the Grain of the West,” employs jazz as an analogy for wrestling with Christian freedom in a Western context. Brad has taught a course on C.S. Lewis at McMaster Divinity and currently teaches a number of students low brass at Long & McQuade. He also has over ten years of experience in worship ministry. In his free time, Brad enjoys reading classic literature and strategy games. He and his wife are the proud parents of two girls.