Rev. Jennifer Butler is a Presbyterian minister and the CEO of Faith in Public Life, a network of 50,000 religious leaders advancing social justice. She is the past chair of the White House Council on Faith and Neighborhood Partnerships (2015-2016). Prior to assuming the helm of Faith in Public Life in 2005, she spent ten years working in the field of international human rights representing the Presbyterian Church (USA) at the United Nations. She is the author of Who Stole My Bible? Reclaiming Scripture as a Handbook for Resisting Tyranny, which helps readers discover how the Bible from Genesis to Revelation is a liberating handbook for finding your voice for overcoming authoritarianism. She is also the author of Born Again: The Christian Right Globalized, which calls for a religious response to global culture wars of the Religious Right. She publishes in Patheos, Sojourners, The Hill, and Religion News Service.