Glenn R. Paauw serves with the Institute for Bible Reading and is the author of Saving the Bible from Ourselves. Previously, he was vice president of global Bible engagement at Biblica. In his twenty-six years at Biblica Paauw's work ranged from leading Scripture evangelism seminars at churches nationwide to overseeing the nonprofit publishing of the NIV, NVI, and NIrV translations in North America. He led the development of the revolutionary The Books of the Bible format that uncovers the natural literary form of the Scriptures and reintroduces people to the grand narrative of the Bible. A former high school Bible teacher and staff member of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Paauw has spoken on the Bible at the Q Conference, Thrive, Radio Bible Class, and at churches and conferences across the country. He has written for Christianity Today, Discipleship Journal, Christian Research Journal, Currents in Science, Technology & Society, The Banner, and Q Ideas. In 1995 Paauw was a founding board member of Food for Thought gatherings, building community in the Colorado Springs area by bringing people from diverse worldviews together in dinner discussion groups. His education was in philosophy and theology at Calvin College and Seminary. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Jain, and has two adult sons.