Anna Bonta Moreland

Anna Bonta Moreland is the author of Known by Nature and assistant professor in the department of humanities at Villanova University of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She holds a B.A. from the University of Maryland-College Park and a Ph.D from Boston College.

Anne Bernet

Annemarie S. Kidder

Rev. Annemarie S. Kidder, of Ypsilanti, Mich., holds a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology and New Testament Literature from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Her previous works include the (academic discount) Women, Celibacy, and the Church

Anselm Gruen

Gruen is a Benedictine monk of the Abbey of Muensterschwarzach in Germany.

Anselm Stolz

Anselm Stolz joined the Benedictines at Gerleve Abbey in Germany. He studied theology at St. Anselm's University in Rome, where he became a professor of dogma. A charismatic teacher and influential theologian, Stolz attracted many pupils. His theology emerges from his monastic spirituality and is expressed in an extraordinary union of asceticism, liturgy, mysticism, and speculation.

Anthony de Mello

Versed in both Eastern and Western traditions, de Mello tells stories of monks, rabbis, and soldiers in the form of fairy tales, legends, jokes, and Zen sayings to humorously lead us through the basics of spiritual life. His books have been translated into many languages, and continue to be bestsellers. A sought-after spiritual guide, de Mello was director of the Pastoral and Formation Center in Lonavala, India. He was born in Bombay in 1931 and died in New York in 1987.

Anthony P. Kowalski

Anthony Pogorelc

Anthony Pogorelc is a Sulpician priest on the faculty of the Theological College of Catholic University. He also teaches in the department of sociology and is a fellow in the Life Cycle Institute. He has an M.Div. from St. Michael’s College of the Toronto School of Theology and an M.S. and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. His specialization is the sociology of religion, with special focus on social movements and professional ministers.

Anthony Sciglitano

Anthony Sciglitano is an associate professor in, and the chair of, the department of religion at Seton Hall University, as well as the director of the university core curriculum housed in the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies. His areas of focus are theological hermeneutics; theology, religion, and secularism; theology of religions; and fundamental religion. He has published articles in Modern Theology and the journal Pro-Ecclesia, which focuses on Catholic–Evangelical dialogue. He lives in Morris Plains, New Jersey

Antoine Faivre

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