Brent Seales studied robotic navigation as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin—Madison (UW). He was also part of an InterVarsity Bible study with other graduate students. He could not have imagined that his computer science skills would someday help decipher a text of Scripture so ancient that only the Dead Sea Scrolls are older.
When Brent arrived at the UW, he found a group of graduate students who met together to explore how their studies in the sciences, arts, humanities, and other fields aligned with their Christian faith. “InterVarsity brought me into a community interested in living that out,” he said. “And it also introduced me to faculty members who had attached themselves to the InterVarsity community for the purpose of mentoring us.”