<p>John Howard Yoder (1927&ndash;97) taught ethics and theology as a professor at Notre Dame University and Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary and was perhaps the most well-known Mennonite theologian in the twentieth century. Widely sought around the world as a theological educator, ethicist, and interpreter of biblical pacifism, he is best known for his study on <em>The Politics of Jesus</em>. Yoder is also remembered for his long-term sexual harassment and abuse of women. <a href="http://www.heraldpress.com/Yoder/"><strong>Click here</strong></a> for more on Herald Press and John Howard Yoder.</p>
<p>Douglas Gwyn teaches at Pendle Hill (Wallingford, Pa.). He holds an M.Div. and S.T.M. from Union Theological Seminary (New York) and a Ph.D. from Drew University. His published works include <i>Apocalypse of the Word: The Life and Message of George Fox</i> (Richmond, Ind.: Friends United Press, 1986) and numerous articles in <i>Quaker Religious Thought</i>.
<p>George Hunsinger is associate professor of Theology at Bangor Theological Seminary (Maine). He holds an M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Yale University. His broad experience as a lecturer includes presenting, in Geneva, Switzerland, &ldquo;The Church&rsquo;s Mission in the Nuclear Age,&rdquo; a paper commissioned by the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.</p>
<p>Eugene F. Roop is president of Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, Indiana, and Wieand Professor of Biblical Studies there. He has served as a pastor in the Church of the Brethren and is author of several books, including <i>Ruth, Jonah, Esther</i> in the Believers Church Bible Commentary Series.</p>