Krysten Winter-Green is a clinical social worker who specializes in clergy sexual abuse. She has consulted for Catholic dioceses and congregations and previously served on the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors.
Scholars, scientists and faith leaders around the world are working to reduce tensions between religion and science.
Tom Wassink is a psychiatry and genetics researcher at the University of Iowa. He’s also the co-pastor of Sanctuary Community Church in Coralville, Iowa.
Justin L. Barrett is a professor of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He specializes in the cognitive science of religion.
Ying Chen is a research scientist with the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. She was the lead author of a 2018 study about the relationship between religious and spiritual practices in childhood and adult health outcomes.
Phillis Sheppard is an associate professor of religion, psychology and culture at Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville, Tenn. She is an expert on the role religion plays in self-understanding, womanist theology and psycholanalysis.
Lindsay Wilkinson is an assistant professor of sociology at Baylor University in Waco, Tex. where she studies medical sociology, aging, social stratification, the relationship between health and social stratification over the life course, with an emphasis on women’s health. She has assisted in several Baylor Religion Studies.
Paul Froese is a professor of sociology at Baylor University and research fellow for the Institute for Studies of Religion. He is the author of several books, including On Purpose: How We Create the Meaning of Life.
T.M. Luhrmann is an anthropology professor at Stanford University and the author of When God Talks Back: Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship With God. In an April 13, 2013, New York Times op-ed essay, she describes herself as a secular observer of evangelical congregations and says “one of the most important features of these churches is that they offer […]