Douglas Mohrmann is an associate professor of religion at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Mich. He contributed a chapter titled “Is Anyone Listening? The Waning Voice of the Bible in Sexual Ethics” to the book Religion and Sexuality: Passionate Debates.
Keith Graber Miller is a professor of Bible and religion at Goshen College in Goshen, Ind. He spoke at a leadership conference for Mennonite pastors titled “Embodying Sexual Wholeness in a Broken World” held at Eastern Mennonite Seminary.
Patricia Beattie Jung is chair and professor of theology at St. Paul School of Theology in Kansas City. She is an expert on Catholic feminism and sexuality.
Barbara Darling-Smith is an assistant professor of religion at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill. She teaches a course on religion and sexuality and is interested in sexuality and gender within Judaism and Christianity.
Sarah C. Conklin is an associate professor of nursing and health studies at Northern Illinois University. She wrote a paper examining the relationship between spiritual formation and sexuality formation in seminaries.
C. Gary Barnes is an associate professor of biblical counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas. He is also an ordained minister and a licensed psychologist who specializes in marriage and family research, counseling and training.
Elizabeth Johnson Walker is an associate professor of pastoral care and counseling at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. She teaches a course in spirituality and sexuality.
The Rev. Robert Prichard is a professor of Christianity in America at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria. He is the author of A Wholesome Example: Sexual Morality and the Episcopal Church.
Theodore Brelsford is a former assistant professor of theology at Emory University in Atlanta and is now a pastor at Orchard Park Community Church in New York. He is co-editor of Contextualizing Theological Education.