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Bruce Barron is the author of "Politics for the People," a guide to politics for the average reader, and a staff member of the Pennsylvania Family Institute.
Daniel H. Bays, professor of history at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, researches modern Chinese Christianity. He has edited "Christianity in China: The Eighteenth Century to the Present" (forthcoming from Stanford University Press).
J. Bottum is associate editor of "First Things." His essays and reviews appear regularly in the "Weekly Standard" and other publications.
Edward E. Ericson, Jr., professor of English at Calvin College, is the author of two books on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the most recent of which is "Solzhenitsyn and the Modern World."
Eugene D. Genovese is the author of many books, including most recently "The Southern Front: History and Politics in the Cultural War" and "The Southern Tradition: The Achievement and Limitations of an American Conservatism."
Christopher A. Hall teaches biblical and theological studies at Eastern College.
Alan Jacobs is associate professor of English at Wheaton College.
Robert Kachur teaches British literature and composition at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is working on a book investigating how Christina Rossetti and other Victorian women writers used the Book of Revelation in attempts to create an authoritative female Christian voice.
Lyman A. Kellstedt is professor of political science at Wheaton College.
Roger Lundin, professor of English at Wheaton College, is the author of "The Culture of Interpretation: Christian Faith and the Postmodern World." His biography of Emily Dickinson is forthcoming from Eerdmans.
Eric Metaxas, whose humor writing has appeared in the "Atlantic" and the "New York Times Magazine," has written many children's stories for Rabbit Ears Radio. His most recent books are "The Birthday ABC," a children's book; and "Don't You Believe It!," a parody.
Mark Noll is McManis Professor of Christian Thought at Wheaton College.
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