Authors

Erin Lothes Biviano

Erin Lothes Biviano received her doctorate in systematic theology from Fordham University. She holds a master’s degree in theology from Boston College and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Princeton University. Erin is an Earth Institute Fellow with the Center for the Study of Science and Religion at Columbia University, where she is researching a book on religious responses to the environmental crisis. She lives in New York City with her husband and their son.

Eugene J. Fisher

Eugene Fisher is the Associate Director of the U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and the author of numerous books and scholarly articles on the subject. Rabbi Leon Klenicki was the Anti-Defamation League's Director of Interfaith Affairs and Co-Liaison to the Vatican.

Eugene Peterson


Evelyn Eaton


Evelyn Eaton Whitehead

Evelyn Eaton Whitehead is a developmental psychologist. She holds the doctorate from the University of Chicago. Her professional work focuses on issues of adult maturity, the dynamics of leadership, and the social analysis of community life.

Evelyn Underhill

Evelyn Underhill, a poet novelist, and well-known writer on mysticism was born in 1875. Educated at Kind’s College for Women, London, where she was later elected a Fellow, she was the author of over thirty books.

Faus José Gonzáles


Faus José González

José Ignacio González Faus was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1935. He has a PhD in Theology from Innsbruck and is currently Professor of Theology and Director of the Centro de Estudios Cristianismo y Justicia in Barcelona. He is dedicated to the promotion and defense of freedom and justice within the framework of an integral vision of the human person. His numerous published works include La humanidad nueva. Ensayo de cristologia (1974), Acceso a Jesus (1979), El proyecto hermano. Visión creyente del hombre (1989), Ningun obispo impuesto (1992) and Where...

Félix Palazzi


Fernanda Soza

Fernanda Soza holds a Law degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, a Master of Laws degree from Boston College (2015) and has been admitted to the Bar in Chile (2002) and Massachusetts (June 2017). She was the Director of San Sebastian University Law School in the south of Chile (2012-2013) and a Judicial Intern-Law Clerk for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (2015- 2016). Fernanda is a Visiting Scholar at Boston College Law School since 2017, researching, organizing an international conference, and now publishing the edited translation on Hurtado s...

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