Tricia C. Bruce is a sociologist with the University of Notre Dame’s Center for the Study of Religion and Society and University of Texas at San Antonio’s department of sociology. She is the author of several award-winning books on religion and society (Faithful Revolution; Parish and Place; American Parishes; Polarization in the US Catholic Church); […]
Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship is a pagan church founded in the 1980s. With chapters (groves) around the U.S., the organization supports local public worship, study and fellowship according to the Indo-European Druid traditions.
Philip Yancey is a former journalist and author of numerous books on faith and spirituality, including The Jesus I Never Knew and What’s So Amazing About Grace? His memoir Where the Light Fell recounts his growing up in the fundamentalist U.S. South.
Blake Chastain is host of the podcasts “Exvangelical” and “Powers & Principalities” and writer of The Post-Evangelical Post newsletter.
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd is a professor of political science at Northwestern University, with an emphasis on international relations, religion and politics, politics of secularism, law and religion, U.S. foreign relations; politics of the Middle East, methods in the study of religion and politics, contemporary religion, and the politics of religious freedom. She is also co-organizer of […]
Brannon Ingram is professor of religious studies at Northwestern University and co-director of the Global Religion and Politics Research Groups. Ingram is a specialist in Islamic studies, with a particular interest in how Muslims have debated Sufism, Islamic law and politics in the modern era.
Aziz Huq teaches law at the University of Chicago and is the author of “The Collapse of Constitutional Remedies.” Huq also clerked for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Samuel D. Brunson is a law professor at Loyola University Chicago. Brunson is an expert on religion and the tax system.
Soong-Chan Rah is a professor of church growth and evangelism at North Park University in Chicago. He spoke on a Vanderbilt Divinity School panel on anti-Asian racism in evangelicalism.