Contributors to this Issue
Benjamin Dorman conducts research on Japanese religion and the media at the Nanzan
Institute for Religion and Culture in Nagoya and is co-editor of the
Japanese Journal of Religious Studies.
Dennis R. Hoover is editor of The Brandywine Review of Faith & International Affairs
and executive director of the Council on Faith in International Affairs. He
is a former resident fellow of the Greenberg Center.
is a professor
of religious studies at the University of Odense in Denmark.
Susan Palmer teaches in
Religious Studies at Dawson College and Concordia University in Montreal
Quebec. She is the author of eight books on new religious movements,
including Moon Sisters, Krishna Mothers, Millennium, Messiahs and Mayhem
(with Tom Robbins), Children in New Religions (with Charlotte
Hardman),and Aliens Adored: Rael's UFO Religion.
Contributors/Religion in the News Staff
Walsh, Managing Editor
Machacek, Contributing Editor
McCarthy McMorris, Editorial Associate
Jo Lynn Alcorn, Designer
Stephen Alcorn, Illustrator