Scott Keith


Scott Keith is, first and foremost, a family man. Having raised three children side by side with his wife, Joy, the consolations and challenges surrounding the roles of husband and father are his main focus. With experience in university and youth-camp administration, he has felt the pain and difficulty arising from the lack of a father in the home. He hopes his experience will benefit others. He is the author of Being Dad: Father as a Picture of God’s Grace, Director of Operations and Scholarship at New Reformation Publications, Adjunct Professor of Theology at Concordia University Irvine, a fellow of The Thinking Fellowship, host of The Thinking Fellows podcast, and involved in promoting the work of the 1517 Legacy Project.

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5 thoughts on “Scott Keith

  1. Wonderful article. And great idea for regular social “mixers” in which 8 or 10 people of the same background and experience do not stare at one object and repeat the same 2 or 3 paragraphs of prevailing wisdom, in careful turn-by-turn fashion. This is one place where americans have much to learn from europeans, where civil but uncareful small gatherings of random misfits are more common.

    Mr. Keith, your interview on Virtues was fantastic, what a touching and surprising conversation……maybe a bit of Inklings going on in that extraordinarily bright and thoughtful trio.

    If anyone missed it, click here to eavesdrop on a great conversation:


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