Philip Lindholm was a Rhodes Scholar finalist who graduated with his doctorate from Oxford after obtaining separate master’s degrees in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Dr. Lindholm went on to produce documentaries with the BBC and ITV, found Seattle band Whiskey N’ Rye, and lecture at the universities of Oxford and Washington, before transitioning to hospital chaplaincy with MultiCare and CHI Franciscan. Revd Dr. Lindholm subsequently served as a Captain Chaplain for the Washington Air National Guard. He is board certified by the National Association of Veterans Affairs and the Association of Professional Chaplains, and is ordained by the WCICC. He has written two books (Voyeur & Latter-day Dissent) and several book chapters, given a TEDx talk entitled “The Secret to a Meaningful Life,” and volunteers at Mary Bridge Hospital as a grief-group facilitator for families with terminal diagnoses.