His primary fields of interest include Islamic legal theory, women and Shi‘i law, Islamic theology and political thought, Islam and secularity, intra-Muslim discourse, and environmental ethics.He is the author of a book published by Routledge in June 2013 titled, Jay Mc Daniel Jay Mc Daniel, Ph D is Professor of Religion at Hendrix College.Brad Artson Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Ph D holds the Abner and Roslyn Goldstine Dean’s Chair of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies.
His scholarly fields are Jewish philosophy and theology, particularly a process approach integrating contemporary scientific insights from cosmology, quantum physics, evolutionary theory and neuroscience to a dynamic view of God, Torah, Mitzvot and ethics.
Karen Baker-Fletcher Karen Baker-Fletcher, Ph D is Professor of Systematic Theology at Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology.
He researches and writes in the areas of process thought, critical theory and the Frankfurt School, postmodern philosophy, and radical theology.
He co-edited Theopoetic Folds (2012) and is currently beginning a documentary film on the relevance of Walter Benjamin for the 21st century.
Clayton won the Templeton Prize for Outstanding Books in Science and Religion and the first annual Templeton Grant for Research and Writing on the Constructive Interaction of the Sciences and Religion. Cobb is the author of more than forty books and in 2014 was elected to the prestigious Academy of Arts and Sciences. Coleman’s writings focus on the role of faith in addressing critical social issues and include Clayton Crockett Clayton Crockett, Ph D is Professor and Director of the Religious Studies program at the University of Central Arkansas.
His academic interests include continental philosophy of religion and postmodern theology; Gilles Deluze; psychoanalytic theory; religion and politics.Trained in the philosophy of religion and theology, his specialty is Process or Whiteheadian thought.Some of his teaching and research interests include constructive religious thought, contemporary Christian theology, contemporary Buddhist thought, and religion and ecology.One of his current projects is Timothy Murphy Timothy Murphy, Ph D is Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion and Politics at Claremont School of Theology.He is a minister-scholar-activist currently and has served as the Executive Director of Progressive Christians Uniting, a social justice and faith nonprofit that seeks to strengthen the progressive Christian network through raising awareness on injustices in our society, promoting social activism, and nurturing faith-rooted solidarity organizing.Dorrien is a recent past president of the American Theological Society and has a long record of involvement in social justice organizations.Roland Faber Roland Faber, Ph D is the Kilsby Family/John B. Professor of Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology and the Executive Director of the Whitehead Research Project.He is currently finishing a dissertation in Philosophy, Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University, and he is working on the first book for a ten volume series with Fortress Press, Mark Heim Mark Heim, Ph D is the Samuel Abbot Professor of Christian Theology at the Andover Newton Theological School. Heim is deeply involved in issues of religious pluralism, Christian ecumenism and the relation of theology and science.He has taught, studied and lectured in India, Israel, China, Europe, Malaysia, Thailand and the Fiji Islands.He has worked at the Counseling Center at UCLA, has served as the Directer of All Nations Foundation, and was pastor during the AIDS pandemic at Hollywood UMC where he helped the church become the 50. Cobb, Jr., Ph D is often regarded as the preeminent scholar in the field of process philosophy and process theology.His specializations are in philosophical theology, the interface between science and religion, and the history of modern metaphysics. During his academic career Cobb has held many positions including Ingraham Professor of Theology at the Claremont School of Theology, Avery Professor at the Claremont Graduate School, Fullbright Professor at the University of Mainz, and Visiting Professor at Vanderbilt, Harvard, and Chicago Divinity Schools. Coleman, Ph D is Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions and Co-Director of the Center for Process Studies at the Claremont School of Theology. Coleman is committed to connecting faith and social justice.