Aimee Upjohn Light has a PhD in philosophy of religion from Yale University and serves as an assistant professor of theology at Duquesne University.
Benedict Guevin, OSB, is professor of moral theology at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. Rev. Guevin holds an STD from the Institut Catholique de Paris and a PhD from the University of Paris. He has published many scholarly articles and books, and is regularly quoted in the press.
Brennan Hill is professor emeritus, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He has taught theology for more than forty years, twenty-two of them at Xavier, the rest at Siena College, Seattle University, Saint Michael’s College, Marquette University, and the College of Saint Rose. The author of more than twenty books and hundreds of articles, Dr. Hill has four graduate ...
Brian G. Henning has a doctorate in philosophy from Fordham University. He is currently a professor of philosophy and environmental studies at Gonzaga University.
Brian Singer-Towns, MThS, is a writer and editor with more than thirty years of experience in volunteer and professional ministry and teaching. He leads workshops around the country on biblical literacy and other topics. He lives in Winona, Minnesota, and is content engagement director, author, and workshop presenter for Saint Mary’s Press.