Daniela C. Augustine (D.Th. Theological Ethics, University of South Africa) is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics at Lee University's School of Religion, Cleveland, Tennessee, and has researched and published in the areas of public theology, social transformation, and religion and globalization.
Gerardo Marti (Ph.D. Sociology, University of Southern California) is the L. Richardson King Associate Professor of Sociology, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, and author of Hollywood Faith: Holiness, Prosperity, and Ambition in a Los Angeles Church (Rutgers University Press, 2008) and A Mosaic of Believers: Diversity and Innovation in a Multiethnic Church (Indiana University Press, 2009).
Jonathan L. Walton (Ph.D. Religion & Society, Princeton Theological Seminary) is Assistant Professor of African American Religious Studies at Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of Watch This! The Ethics and Aesthetics of Black Televangelism (New York University Press, 2009).
Nimi Wariboko (Ph.D. Social Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary) is the Katharine B. Stuart Professor of Christian Ethics, Andover Newton Theological School, Boston, Massachusetts, and author of God and Money: A Theology of Money in a Globalizing World (Lexington Books, 2008), among many other books on economics and social ethics.
Katharine L. Wiegele (Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois, and author of Investing in Miracles: El Shaddai and the Transformation of Popular Catholicism in the Philippines (University of Hawaii Press, 2005).
Amos Yong (Ph.D. Religious Studies, Boston University) is the J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and Director of the Ph.D. Program in Renewal Studies, Regent University School of Divinity, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and author of In the Days of Caesar: Pentecostalism and Political Theology (Eerdmans, 2010), among numerous other books on the global Renewal movement.
Katherine L. Attanasi (Ph.D. Religious Studies, Vanderbilt University) is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Regent University College of Arts & Sciences, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and author of articles on South African Pentecostalism, HIV/AIDS, and global feminist methodologies.
Douglas A. Hicks (Ph.D. Religion & Economics, Harvard University) is Professor of Leadership Studies and Religion, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, and author of Money Enough: Everyday Practices For Living Faithfully in the Global Economy (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2010) and co-editor of Global Neighbors: Christian Faith and Moral Obligation in Today's Economy (Eerdmans, 2008), among other books.
R. Andrew Chesnut (Ph.D. Latin American History, University of California, Los Angeles) is the Bishop Walter Sullivan Endowed Chair of Catholic Studies and Professor of Religious Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, and author of Born Again in Brazil: The Pentecostal Boom and the Pathogens of Poverty (Rutgers University Press, 1997) and Competitive Spirits: Latin America's New Religious Economy (Oxford University Press, 2003), among other books.