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Adam A. J. DeVille is an assistant professor of theology at the University of St. Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and editor of Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies. His areas of scholarly research include ecclesiology and ecumenism, with a special focus on the Roman papacy and the Orthodox Churches. An Eastern Catholic, he has published widely in Canada, the United States, and Europe in such journals as Ecumenical Trends, The Jurist, Eglise et Theologie, The Journal of Scholarly Publishing, The Canadian Journal of Orthodox Christianity, the Anglican Theological Review, Commonweal, and First Things.

Jude P. Dougherty is professor emeritus and dean emeritus of the School of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America and editor of the Review of Metaphysics, a journal that he has edited for more than thirty years. His most recent books include Jacques Maritain: An Intellectual Profile, The Logic of Religion, and Western Creed, Western Identity.

Jeanne Heffernan Schindler is a member of the Department of Humanities at Villanova University and an affiliate professor in the Villanova Law School. Trained as a political scientist, Professor [End Page 188] Schindler's primary research field is political theory, though her interests are interdisciplinary. She has lectured and published articles on Christian political thought, democratic theory, and faith and learning, and she has recently edited a volume on Christianity and civil society soon to be published by Lexington Books.

Ian Ker teaches theology at Oxford University where he is a senior research fellow at St. Benet's Hall. He has published more than twenty books, mostly on Newman, including John Henry Newman: A Biography (1988). His most recent book, Mere Catholicism, was published in 2006.

Randall S. Rosenberg, a PhD candidate in systematic theology at Boston College, holds a BA in philosophy from Saint Louis University and an MA in theology from Aquinas Institute of Theology. He recently defended his dissertation on the thought of Bernard Lonergan and Hans Urs von Balthasar. His writings and book reviews have appeared in America, Review for Religious, Heythrop Journal, The Newman Studies Journal, Angelicum, and God's Grandeur: The Arts and Imagination in Theology, edited by David C. Robinson.

Adam Schwartz earned his PhD at Northwestern University and is an associate professor of history at Christendom College. He is the author of The Third Spring: G. K. Chesterton, Graham Greene, Christopher Dawson, and David Jones (The Catholic University of America Press, 2005). His work has also appeared in journals including Renascence, Christianity & Literature, The Catholic Historical Review, and The Chesterton Review.

Bruno M. Shah, OP, is an ordained deacon for the province of St. Joseph of the Order of Preachers. He is studying theology and preparing for the priesthood at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C., the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception. [End Page 189]



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