William P. Alston Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he earned his Bachelor's degree from Centenary College of Louisiana and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1951. Currently he is Professor of Philosophy at Syracuse University. Recent books by him include: A Realist Conception of Truth (1996), The Reliability of Sense Perception (1993), and Perceiving God: The Epistemology of Religious Experience (1991), Epistemic Justification (1989), and Divine Nature and Human Language (1989), all published by Cornell University Press (Ithaca, NY).
Michel René Barnes Born in Decatur, Alabama, he received his Bachelor's degree from the Santa Fé campus of St John's College in 1973. He received his M.Div. (1977), Th.M. (1989), and Ph.D. (1992) from the Faculty of Theology, University of St Michael's College, Toronto, Canada. Currently he is assistant professor for patristics at Marquette University, Milwaukee. He has recently published articles in Augustinian Studies, Journal of Theological Studies, Studia Patristica, Theological Studies, and Vigiliae Christianae. He is the author of The Power of God: Dunamis in Gregory of Nyssa's Trinitarian Theology (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1999), the co-editor of the anthology Arianism After Arius: Essays on the Development of the Fourth Century Trinitarian Conflicts (Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1993), and is presently writing a monograph entitled Augustine's Trinitarian Theology in its Polemical Context.
David W. Brown Born in Galashiels, Scotland, he obtained an MA (in Classics) at Edinburgh and a second MA (in Philosophy and Theology) at Oxford, and his Ph.D. (in Moral Philosophy) from
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Publication information: Book title: The Trinity: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Trinity. Contributors: Stephen T. Davis - Editor, Daniel Kendall - Editor, Gerald O'Collins - Editor. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: Oxford. Publication year: 2001. Page number: xxi.
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