Claremont Studies in Science & Religion
Dr. Paul Allen | Concordia Univeristy
Dr. Allen specializes in systematic theology, the science-theology dialogue and theological anthropology.
Dr. Craig Boyd | St. Louis Univeristy
Dr. Boyd's research interests include: Natural Law Ethics, Virtue Ethics, Medical Ethics, Thomas Aquinas, and Evolution.
Dr. Philip Clayton | Claremont School of Theology
Dr. Clayton's research focuses on biological emergence, religion and science, process studies, and contemporary issues in ecology, religion, and ethics.
Dr. Thomas J. Oord | Northwest Nazarene University
Dr. Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is well known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and theologies exploring the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation.
Dr. Matthew Stanley | New York University
Dr. Stanley's primary research focuses on the history of science and technology; science and religion; physics and astronomy; philosophy of science; history and philosophy of religion, mind and consciousness; science education; peace and war.
Dr. Marit Trelstad | Pacific Lutheran University
Dr. Trelstad is interested in how Christian theological ideas influence and are influenced by their contexts and authors. The importance of individual creativity and voice is seen within multiple avenues of her work in theology: Christology / soteriology, the doctrine of God, anthropology, pedagogical theory, feminist and process theologies, and contemporary applications within areas such as pastoral care and counseling.
Dr. Anna-Case Winters | McCormick Theological Seminary
Dr. Case-Winters is a member of the American Academy of Religion and past president of the American Theological Society. She has research interests and publications in several areas: traditional theology in conversation with contemporary issues, theological contributions of Reformed tradition, dialogues in religion and science, open and relational theologies, and theologies attending to global, ecumenical, ecological issues.
Claremont Studies in Wesleyan & Methodist Studies
Dr. Jack Jackson | Claremont School of Theology
Rev. Dr. Jackson is a Wesleyan scholar whose research centers on the theology and practices of mission and evangelism both in global contexts in the increasingly post Christian West.
Dr. Sarah Lancaster | Methodist School of Theology in Ohio
Dr. Lancaster specializes in systematic theology, Wesleyan studies, United Methodist doctrine, and the authority of scripture.
Dr. K. Steven McCormick | Nazarene Theological Seminary
Dr. McCormick specializes in the history of Christian thought, systematic theology, the Holy Trinity, and Ecclesiology.
Dr. Samuel K. Powell | Point Loma Nazarene University
Dr. Powell is currently serving as Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Point Loma Nazarene University. Dr. Powell also serves as Secretary Treasurer for the Wesleyan Theological Society, an international society of academic scholars in the Wesleyan Tradition
Claremont Studies in New Testament