George Amoss Jr., a member of Homewood Meeting in Baltimore, attends Little Falls Friends Meeting in Fallston, Maryland. A social worker and psychotherapist, he has served as editor of Universalist Friends, the journal of the Quaker Universalist Fellowship, and he established the Quaker Electronic Archive Web site at http://www.quakerarchive.org. His earlier essay for Quaker Theology, “The Making of a Quaker Atheist,” appeared in Issue #1.
Michael Birkel is Professor of Religion at Earlham College.
Chuck Fager, Editor of Quaker Theology, is Director of Quaker House in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
David Gosling was a Captain in the U.S. Army, and is an Iraq veteran.
Douglas Gwyn is Pastor of First Friends Meeting of Richmond, Indiana, and author of several books. He was formerly Tutor in Quaker Studies at Woodbrooke in Great Britain, and on the staff of Pendle Hill in Pennsylvania.
Ho Yan Au was born in Hong Kong and brought up as a Baptist, and more recently has been involved with pentecostal churches. She is completing a doctoral degree in pentecostal studies and ecumenism at the University of Birmingham, England.