WAYNE WHITSON FLOYD, JR. (M.Div., Ph.D., Emory University) is visiting professor and director of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Center at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. An Episcopal layperson, he also serves as Canon Theologian for the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Stephen in Harrisburg, PA. He is the author of Theology and the Dialectics of Otherness: On Reading Bonhoeffer and Adorno (University Press of America, 1988); he co-authored the Bonhoeffer Bibliography: Primary Sources and Secondary Literature in English (American Theological Library Association, 1992); and he co-edited Theology and the Practice of Responsibility: Essays on Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Trinity Press International, 1995). In addition to his other various published essays on modern Jewish and Christian thought, Dr. Floyd's articles on Bonhoeffer have appeared in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, Dialog, The Lutheran, Modern Theology, and Christian Century.
GEFFREY B. KELLY (S.T.D., the University of Louvain, Belgium) is professor of systematic theology, chairperson of the Department of Religion, and director of the graduate program in theological, pastoral, and liturgical studies at La Salle University, Philadelphia. Elected president, Dr. Kelly is the author of Liberating Faith: Bonhoeffer's Message for Today (Augsburg Publishing House, 1984). He has co-edited Ethical Responsibility: Bonhoeffer's Legacy to the Churches (The Edwin Mellen Press, 1981) and A Testament to Freedom: The Essential Writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (HarperSanFrancisco, 1995). He has written numerous articles on Bonhoeffer appearing in such journals as Dialog, Union Seminary Quarterly