Volker Leppin (PhD, University of Heidelberg) is professor of church history at the University of Tübingen and is widely regarded as the leading German historian of the late medieval period. He has served as scientific director of the Ecumenical Working Group of Protestant and Catholic Theologians since 2008 and as a member of the executive board of the Protestant Federation Württemberg since 2012. Leppin received the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg Foundation Prize, the Hanns-Lilje Prize of the Academy of Sciences in Göttingen, and the Gerhard Hess Prize from the German Research Foundation.
Rhys Bezzant (ThD, Ridley College) is dean of missional leadership and lecturer in Christian thought at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia. He is director of the Jonathan Edwards Center Australia, visiting fellow at Yale Divinity School, and canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. Karen Roe (DipTheo, Ridley College; GradDip Ed, University of Adelaide) serves as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society Australia, teaching academic English at the Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary. She previously has taught both English as a second language and German.
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Volker Leppin (PhD, University of Heidelberg) is widely regarded as the leading German historian of the late medieval period. He is professor of church history at the University of Tübingen in Tübingen, Germany.