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Contributors

1. Historical Afterlives

David J. Cohen, Director of Research, Morling College, Australia.

John Dominic Crossan, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at DePaul University, Chicago.

Geoffrey D. Dunn, FAHA, Associate Professor in Greek and Latin Patrology, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, and Honorary Research Associate in the Department of Ancient and Modern Languages and Culture, University of Pretoria.

Michael L. Free, retired Clinical Psychologist, Brisbane, Australia.

David Galston, Executive Director of the Westar Institute and a founding member of the Seminar on God and the Human Future.

Gregory C. Jenks, Executive Director of the Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Australia.

Jocelyn M. Kellam, Research Associate, Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History and former Adjunct Professor, Law School, University of Sydney, Australia.

Peter Kline, Academic Dean at St Francis Theological College in Brisbane and an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Australia.

Peter E. Lewis, Research Associate, Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History.

Kurt Anders Richardson, President, Abraham’s Bridge: Institute for Abrahamic Religions and Visiting Professor of Abrahamic Studies, Ferdowsi University, Iran.

James D. Tabor, Professor of Christian Origins and Ancient Judaism at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

2. Interfaith Afterlives

Mustafa Abu Sway, Professor of Philosophy and Islamic Studies, Al-Quds University, Jerusalem.

 

Arthur J. Dewey, Professor of Theology at Xavier University in Cincinnati.

 

Richard A. Freund, Bertram and Gladys Aaron Professor of Jewish Studies at Christopher Newport University.

 

Rex A. E. Hunt, author, religious naturalist, social ecologist and progressive liturgist.

 

David Merritt, retired minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and former Director of Christian Education for the Uniting Church in Australia.

 

Lorraine J. Parkinson, Uniting  Church in Australia minister (retired), author and teacher in the field of Christian-Jewish relations, in Brisbane, Australia.

 

Robert M. Price, Professor of Biblical Criticism at the Center for Inquiry Institute

 

Ryan Pino, PhD student at Harvard University in comparative theology, theology of religions, and the historical development of Confucian-Christian dialogue.

 

Vishal Sharma, a former Hindu monk now based at Grafton, on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia.

 

Richard E. Sherwin, Emeritus Professor of Western Literature at Bar Ilan University, Israel.

 

John H. W. Smith, retired Uniting Church in Australia minister and a founding member of the Progressive Christian Network of Victoria.

 

Bin Song, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Washington College, Maryland.

 

Keith Thompson, Professor of Law, Sydney School of Law, University of Notre Dame, Australia.

 

 

3. Cultural Afterlives

Seforosa Carroll, Pacific Island theologian and currently Programme Executive, Mission and Evangelism/Mission from the Margins & Indigenous Peoples at the World Council of Churches in Geneva

 

Peter C. Catt, Dean of St John’s Anglican Cathedral, Brisbane and Chair of the Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History Foundation

 

Hugo Córdova Quero, Associate Professor of Critical Theories and Queer Theologies, Starr King School, Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, and Dean of Faculty at Instituto Superior de Estudios Interreligiosos y Sociales (ISDEIS) in Buenos Aires

 

Marian Free, Adjunct Lecturer, School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Australia

 

Joseph N. Goh, Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies at the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University Malaysia

 

Glenn Loughrey, a Wiradjuri man from NSW. Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra

 

Janice McRandal, Research Fellow of Charles Sturt University, Australia and Director of the Centre for Public Theology, Wesley Mission, Queensland

 

Anne Pattel-Gray, a Bijara/Kari Kari woman from Queensland. Professor of Indigenous Studies and inaugural Head of the School of Indigenous Studies, University of Divinity, Australia.

 

Jennifer L. Te Paa Daniel, social justice activist, public theologian and professional consultant in higher education

 

Rod Pattenden, artist, art historian, and theologian. Adjunct fellow with the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture and former Chairperson of the Blake Prize for Religious Art.

 

Jonathan Sargeant, Director of Education for the Ministry Education Commission, Anglican Church Southern Queensland

 

Val Webb, theologian and author, based in Mudgee, Australia.

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