Originally from California, Adam Hearlson received his B.A. from Vanguard University and his M.Div. and Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary. Adam has served churches in California, New Jersey and has taught at schools up and down the east coast, including Princeton Seminary, Villanova University, and Lancaster Theological Seminary. Most recently he served as a Professor of preaching and worship and minister of the chapel at Andover Newton Theological School. His current book The Holy No: Worship as a Subversive Act, published by Eerdmans, describes the ways worship has been used within Christian communities as an act of holy subversion. Adam is also a contributing editor at The Christian Century and the co-host of Technicolor Jesus, a podcast about movies, preaching, and ministry. Adam is married to Christy, a theology professor at Villanova, and has two wonderful boys, Elliot and Eamon.