Contributions: Shola Adegbite
Contributions: Desmond D. Coleman
Contributions: Salim Faraji
Contributions: Rachel E. Harding
Afterword: Catherine Keller
Catherine Keller is a professor of constructive theology at the Theological School of Drew University. Her books include Cloud of the Impossible: Negative Theology and Planetary Entanglements (2014) and Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public (2018).
Contributions: Minenhle Nomalungelo Khumalo
Contributions: Althea Spencer Miller
Contributions: Pamela Mordecai
Edited: Kenneth N. Ngwa
Kenneth Ngwa is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Director of the Religion and Global Health Forum at Drew Theological School. He is the author of Let My People Live: An Africana Reading of Exodus.
Edited: Aliou Cissé Niang
Aliou Cissé Niang is Associate Professor of Biblical Interpretation–New Testament at Union Theological Seminary in New York. His books include A Poetics of Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: God, Human-Nature Relationship, and Negritude.
Contributions: Hugh R. Page Jr.
Edited: Arthur Pressley
Arthur Pressley is a clinical psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology and Religion at Drew Theological School. His clinical practice is in the areas of childhood trauma, medical psychology, psychological testing, and psychotherapy with adults and children.
Contributions: A. Paige Rawson
A. Paige Rawson is a visiting assistant professor of religion at Wingate University in Wingate, North Carolina. She spent eight years in the ministry before transitioning into academia in order to study the Bible through feminist, queer, and poststructuralist theories. Paige’s research is animated by her commitment to social justice and antiracist epistemological activism and Africana and Afro-Caribbean philosophies; it eschews traditional Western European methodologies in favor of oraliturary interpretations of the Bible in a hermeneutic she refers to as bibliorality.
Contributions: Nimi Wariboko
Nimi Wariboko is Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics at Boston University and the author of Nigerian Pentecostalism.
Contributions: Sharon Kimberly Williams
Contributions: An Yountae
An Yountae is Assistant Professor of Religion at Lebanon Valley College.