Adam S. Miller is a professor of philosophy at Collin College in McKinney, Texas. He and his wife, Gwen C. Walters, have three children. He received his MA and PhD in Philosophy from Villanova University, as well as a BA in Comparative Literature from Brigham Young University. His areas of specialization include contemporary French philosophy and philosophy of religion. He is the founder of The Journal of Philosophy and Scripture and the author of Badiou, Marion, and St Paul: Immanent Grace (Continuum, 2008).
Robert Couch is an assistant professor of business management at Brigham Young University. After studying Russian literature and economics at BYU, Robert received a PhD in economics from Carnegie Mellon University. Current research interests include ethics and agency conflicts in corporate finance and the confluence of religious and secular thought in the public sphere. He lives with his wife, Candace Perry (Couch), in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where they are trying to raise their two children.
James E. Faulconer, professor of philosophy and a Richard L. Evans Chair of Religious Understanding at Brigham Young University, is married to Janice K. Allen. They have four children and eleven grandchildren. Faulconer has a PhD in philosophy from Pennsylvania State University and specializes in the work of Martin Heidegger and those in contemporary France who have been influenced by him. His work includes the forthcoming Faith Philosophy Scripture, "The Past and Future Community: Abraham and Isaac; Sarah and Rebekah, . . ." (2008; Levinas Studies), Transcendence in Religion and Philosophy (2003), Appropriating Heidegger (2000--edited with Mark Wrathall), and Romans I: Notes and Reflections (1999), Tools for Scripture Study (1999).
Julie M. Smith received a MA in Biblical Studies from the Graduate Theological Union. She is married to Derrick Smith and homeschools their three sons. She is the author of Search, Ponder, and Pray: A Guide to the Gospels. She lives in Austin, Texas, where she teaches Institute.
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