Nancy A. AlmodovarNancy A. Almodovar grew up in a Pentecostal home and eventually became a Reformed Christian. She has been a speaker and author for over a decade and converted to Lutheranism as a truer expression of the Scriptures. During this time, Nancy earned a doctorate in philosophy and apologetics (Trinity), a masters of theology (Trinity) and a masters of Christian studies (Luther Rice Seminary), and is currently working on a Fellow at the International Academy of Apologetics and Human Rights (Strasbourg). She is also a Fellow at the university where she teaches as a professor of world religions. She is the author of over twenty books, one on the problem of evil, Faith Seeking Consolation, and one on her journey out of charismatic theology, A Modern 95: Questions for Today's Evangelicals and Accidental Lutheran, her story of converting to Lutheranism.
YouTube: Lutheran Girl: Proclaiming and Defending the Faith
Issues, Etc.: Paths to Lutheranism: From Calvinism - Dr. Nancy Almodovar
Issues, Etc.: Nancy Almodovar, Should Lutherans De-Emphasize the Sacraments to Attract People?