Nancy A. Almodovar is a current student at Trinity Theological Seminary, completing her B.A. in theology, with a concentration in Christian apologetics and philosophy. Though Almodovar was raised in a Christian home, after her conversion at age nineteen, her father, Peter F. Shore Sr., began to aid her in biblical studies through the works of Reformed and evangelical ministers such as D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, J. C. Ryle, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Owen, and Jonathan Edwards. Through personal experience within the Pentecostal charismatic movement, with Word of Faith teachings, and with apostolic/prophetic promoters, Nancy brings with her firsthand knowledge of the dangers of such teachings. Nancy and her husband, Rev. Roberto, cofounded Silent Cry Ministries, which heralds the doctrines of grace in the New York City area as well as in Ghana (West Africa). Nancy will be moving to the masters program at Trinity and is working on her next book, Error Born from Usurping Authority: A Case Study of Women in the Pulpit. She is also the author of The Journey: From Faith to Doubt to Faith Again and The Courage Factor.