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General Editor

Jamin Hübner (ThD Systematic Theology, University of South Africa) is Director of Institutional Effectiveness, founding Chair of Christian Studies, and part-time professor of economics at John Witherspoon College. He also serves on the Editorial Board of Priscilla Papers and The Canadian-American Theological Review, on the Executive Board of the Canadian-American Theological Association, and on the Great-Plains Rocky Mountain Program Committee for the Society of Biblical Literature/American Academy of Religion. His research has been published in over a dozen different scholarly journals, with popular works published by Christianity Today, God and Nature Magazine, the Foundation for Economic Education, Christians for Biblical Equality, the Andreas Center, and other organizations.


Assistant Editors

Ruth Ryder (MTS History of Christianity, University of Notre Dame; MA Intercultural Studies, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is a student in the medical field whose works have appeared in Worship, at the Libertarian Christian Institute, at the Foundation for Economic Education, and with The Federalist.


Nick Gausling (MA Classical and Christian Studies, Knox Theological Seminary) is the Executive Director of the Libertarian Christian Institute, a businessman, and an entrepreneur.


Associate Editors

Doug Bandow (JD, Stanford University) is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and served as a Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan. He is the author of Beyond Good Intentions: A Biblical View of Politics (Crossway) and The Politics of Envy: Statism as Theology (Transaction), as well as several other books. He has written for Christianity Today, World, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, and other leading publications.


Gerard Casey (PhD Philosophy, University of Notre Dame; DLitt, National University of Ireland; JD, University of London) is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at University College Dublin. In addition to being an Associated Scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, he has taught at The Catholic University of America and Pontifical Institute in Washington D.C., and is the author of many books including Libertarian Anarchy and Liberty’s Progress.


Victor Claar (PhD Economics, West Virginia University) is Associate Professor of Economics at Florida Gulf Coast University, where he holds the BB&T Distinguished Professorship in Free Enterprise. In addition to being an Affiliate Scholar of the Acton Institute and Fulbright Scholar at the American University of Armenia, he has taught economics at Henderson State University and is the author of Economics in Christian Perspective and Fair Trade?.


Kevin Gutzman (PhD History, University of Virginia; JD, University of Texas) is Professor of History at Western Connecticut State University. In addition to being a faculty member of, he is the author of five books, including Thomas Jefferson – Revolutionary, James Madison and the Making of America, and The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution.


Jeffrey Herbener (PhD Economics, Oklahoma State University) is Professor and Chair of Economics at Grove City College. In addition to being a Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Fellow at the Center for Vision and Values (Grove City College), he is the editor of The Meaning of Ludwig von Mises and The Pure Time Preference Theory of Interest.


Norman Horn (PhD Chemical Engineering, University of Texas) is the founding President of the Libertarian Christian Institute. His professional work as a engineer has taken him to MIT, leadership in startups, and research positions in multiple scientific disciplines. In addition, he holds an MA in Theological Studies from the Austin Graduate School of Theology and has published broadly in areas of liberty, theology, and science.


Jason Jewell (PhD Humanities, Florida State University) is Professor and Chair of Humanities at Faulkner University. In addition to being the Associate Editor of The Journal of Faith and the Academy and Associated Scholar at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, he is a contributor to Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views and many other book and encyclopedia publications.


Robert P. Murphy (PhD Economics, New York University) is Research Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University. He has taught at Hillsdale College, and is an Associated Scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute, Senior Economist at Institute for Energy Research, and is the President of Consulting by RPM.


David Riggs (PhD Economics, Clemson University) is Vice President of philanthropic strategy at Philanthropy Roundtable. In addition to having served as Senior Fellow at the Capital Research Center, Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Center of the American Experiment, he is a board member at the Martin Center and has served as Vice President of the John William Pope Foundation.


Shawn Ritenour (PhD Economics, Auburn University) is Professor of Economics at Grove City College. In addition to having taught at Southwest Baptist University (Ruby Letsch-Roderique Chair of Economics), the University of Angers in France, and serving as an economist for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, he is the author of Foundations of Economics: A Christian View.


Charles Taliaferro (PhD Philosophy, Brown University) is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Saint Olaf College. He has taught as a visiting scholar at Oxford, Cambridge, Princeton, Yale, Columbia, University of Chicago, St. Andrews, and elsewhere, as well as being a graduate of Harvard (MA). In addition to being the co-editor of The Routledge Companion to Theism, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology, The Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Religion, and the senior co-editor of the six-volume The History of Evil, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Open Theology and author of many other books on theology and philosophy.


Timothy Terrell (PhD Economics, Auburn University) is Associate Professor of Economics at Wofford College. In addition to being Assistant Editor of The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and Associated Scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute he serves as a Senior Fellow of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation and a policy advisor for the Heartland Institute.


Christopher Zoccali (PhD, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David) is adjunct professor of New Testament at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY, and also serves on the Executive Board of the Canadian-American Theological Association. He is the author of Whom God Has CalledPhilippians After Supersessionism, and a number of other publications on the New Testament.

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