Bernie Power has been studying Islam and interacting with Muslims for over 40 years. He has degrees in Science, Arts and Theology, and his doctorate compared the Hadith, the early traditions about Muhammad, with biblical teaching.
Joel McKerrow is an award-winning writer, speaker, educator, creativity specialist and one of Australia’s most successful performance poets.
Historian, linguist and author, John Harris has had a life-long involvement with Aboriginal people and is well known for his writings on their culture, languages and history.
Professor John Swinton is a Scottish theologian based at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, United Kingdom. He was Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II of England and is now Chaplain to King Charles III.
Justine Toh is Senior Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity, where she speaks and writes about the Christian faith in publications like ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’, ‘The Canberra Times’, ‘The Spectator’, and ABC ‘Religion & Ethics’.
Kara Martin, Adjunct Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, is a practical theologian and author/editor of three books dealing with faith–work.
Katherine Thompson works in the area of mental health as a therapist, lecturer, author and researcher. She is passionate about supporting young people with mental health challenges to live their best life
Dr Mark Stephens is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity (CPX). He has a PhD in Ancient History from Macquarie University, and a Masters in Divinity from the Australian College of Theology.
Natasha Moore is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity (CPX). She is also the award-winning author, along with John Dickson, Simon Smart and Justine Toh of For The Love of God, which won the 2020 Australian Christian Book of the Year.
Dr Nick Hawkes has two degrees in science and two in theology, and he has written books on both topics. His book The Bible on the Key Issues of Life won the Selah Award for its category in the United States in 2014.
Rachel Herweynen shares her experience of being adopted into the local Yolnu culture when she took up a teaching position at one of Australia's most remote schools (Gawa Christian School) on Elcho Island in the Northern Territory.
Dr Stephen Judd is the former Chief Executive of HammondCare – an Australian Christian independent charitable trust working within health and aged-care provision and with an annual turnover of over $A400m.
Tim Costello AO is a well-known social justice advocate. He is a Baptist minister, former CEO of World Vision Australia, and currently a Senior Fellow for CPX and Executive Director of Micah Australia.
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