Jordan Steffaniak is a research fellow at the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture and co-founder of the London Lyceum, a center for Analytic, Baptist and Confessional theology.
Scholars, scientists and faith leaders around the world are working to reduce tensions between religion and science.
Who carries King’s theological banner today? How does his theology apply to contemporary issues?
The Rev. David J. Collins is a Catholic priest, a Jesuit and an associate professor of history at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., with an interest in science, religion and space. He sometimes teaches a course on outer space, science and religion.
Wiliam Storrar is the director of the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, N.J., an ecumenical institute for interdisciplinary research in religion. The center designates several topics to study for a year or more and has, to date, focused on religion and violence, law and religious freedom, evolution and moral identity, among others.
Daniel Siedell is a professor of art history and criticism at King’s College in New York City. He is the author of God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art and is an expert on modern art and theology.
Christopher McMahon is associate professor of theology at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. Much of his research focuses on the Gospels, Christian doctrine and Catholic theology. He wrote “Imaginative Faith: Apocalyptic Theory, Science Fiction and Theology” in the Journal of Theology Dialogue.
Lauve Steenhuisen is a visiting assistant professor in the department of theology at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She focuses on how theologies are used by states and governing bodies. She teaches a course called “The State and the Veil” that looks at how the Quran is used by governments in issues that surround the […]