Lloyd D. Barba is a historian of religion in the Americas with training in Latinx history; American race, ethnicity and immigration; and the American West/Mexico borderlands. His scholarship on Mexican farmworkers in California (1906-1966) is based on oral histories and extensive archival research.
Nós na Criação (We in Creation) is a Christian youth movement in Brazil focused on collaborating with the local church and indigenous communities in the experience of faith in the relationship with the Creation of God.
Lisa Bahar is a licensed marriage and family therapist, clinical counselor and adjunct faculty member for Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Bahar has written on the role faith plays in Hollywood.
Maureen Sabine is a Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities Fellow, with a special focus on theology, sexuality and religion in literature and film. She is the author of Veiled Desires: Intimate Portrayals of Nuns in Postwar Anglo-American Film. For media inquiries, contact the Hong Kong Academy Society directly.
Samuel L. Perry is associate professor of sociology at the University of Oklahoma. He is an expert on conservative Christianity and American politics, race, sexuality and families. He is the author or co-author of numerous books, including Growing God’s Family, Addicted to Lust, Taking America Back for God and The Flag and The Cross.
John Burgess is a professor at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary who has spent years covering the revival of Orthodoxy in Russia.
Laurel Schneider is a professor of religious studies and religion and culture at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. She is a scholar of modern and postmodern Christian thought, trained in gender theory, sociology of religion and Native American religious traditions.
Dr. Stephen Douglass serves as the president for Campus Crusade for Christ in Orlando, Fla. In 2011, he was named as a member of the commission for Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).
The Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation describes itself as “a fellowship of scientists and those interested in science, who want to understand how science should best interact with the life-giving Christian tradition.” Donald McNally is executive director.