Amar D. Peterman is Director of the Ideos Center for Empathy in Christian and Public Life. He is also a graduate student at Princeton Theological Seminary where he studies American religious history and serves as Vice-President of the Asian Association there. Amar’s writing and research have been featured in Christianity Today, The Christian Century, Sojourners, Georgetown University’s Berkley Center Forum, and more. He has won numerous grants for his work in racial justice, peacebuilding, and multifaith engagement. He has also worked closely with leading organizations such as the Interfaith Youth Core and the Aspen Institute, as well as leading scholars in the fields of religious pluralism and American history. Before studying at Princeton, Amar earned BA in Theology from Moody Bible Institute in downtown Chicago.