Andrew Himes is a Seattle writer with a unique perspective on fundamentalism and evangelicalism, as the son, grandson, great-grandson, brother, nephew, and cousin of Baptist preachers. His granddad, John R. Rice, was a prominent fundamentalist leader and founder of the Sword of the Lord newspaper. Himes was a youthful rebel in his family, and only later in life began a spiritual journey to reconnect with and redefine his family's spiritual heritage. He produced the 2005 film "Voices in Wartime", a documentary that uses poetry to explore the trauma of war. He was co-editor of the "Voices in Wartime Anthology," and director of the short film on PTSD, "Beyond Wartime." In the early 90s he helped pioneer Microsoft's embrace of the Internet by managing the company's first web team, was founding editor of the Microsoft Developer Network, and in the 80s was founding editor of the premiere Macintosh programming magazine, "MacTech Journal," and author of many books on computer technology.