Dr. A.W. Barber is an internationally recognized scholar of Buddhism. He has lectured in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Singapore, India, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France, Denmark, Canada and the USA. He is the author of Sinicizing Buddhism (Vogelstein press), editor of the 72 volume Tibetan Tripitaka: Taipei Edition, a co-editor of both Buddhism Along the Krishna River Valley of Andhra, the Evangelical Dictionary of World Religions and has authored 107 chapters, articles, public lectures and miscellaneous.
Dr. Timothy Harvie is internationally recognized scholar exploring ecotheology, animal studies, public theology and political praxis. He is the author of Jürgen Moltmann’s Ethics of Hope: Eschatological Possibilities for Moral Action, co-editor of Encountering Earth: Thinking Theologically with a More-Than-Human World and has authored 49 chapters, articles, public lectures and miscellaneous.