Our Authors

Thomas E. Gaston

Thomas Gaston specializes in historical Christology, early Christianity, and biblical interpretation. He holds a Ph.D. in Theology from the University of Oxford, a Masters in the History of Christianity from the University of Birmingham, and a degree in Philosophy from the University of Warwick. Gaston is the author of several books, including Dynamic Monarchianism: The Earliest Christology? (Theophilus Press, 2021), Historical Issues in the Book of Daniel (Paternoster, 2016), and many articles on Christian theology and history which have appeared in academic journals including Brill’s Horizons in Biblical Theology. Gaston is a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers and is a senior manager at Wiley. He lives in the United Kingdom.

Dale Tuggy

A professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Fredonia from 2000 to 2018, Dale Tuggy specializes in Analytic Theology, Philosophy of Religion, and Early Modern Philosophy. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Brown University, a Masters in Philosophy from Claremont, and a bachelors in Philosophy from Biola. Tuggy has published widely on the topic of the doctrine of the Trinity and Christology, and is the author of the book What is the Trinity? (2017), the forthcoming Monotheism, History, and Heresy (Theophilus Press, 2022), and his articles have appeared in The Internal Journal for Philosophy of Religion, the European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Faith and Philosophy, Philosophia Christi, and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. His book contributions have also appeared in volumes by various academic publishers. Tuggy is a member of the Society of Christian Philosophers. He lives in the United States.

Kegan A. Chandler

Kegan Chandler is a historian of religion specializing in the areas of monotheism, Christology, Graeco-Roman religions, and Japanese religions. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Religious Studies at the University of Cape Town and holds a Master of Theology from Campbellsville University, and a bachelors from SCAD University. Chandler is the author of Constantine and the Divine Mind: The Imperial Quest for Primitive Monotheism (Wipf and Stock, 2019), The God of Jesus in Light of Christian Dogma (Restoration Fellowship, 2016), and the historical introduction to Thomas Emlyn’s An Humble Inquiry (Theophilus Press, 2021). His work on monotheism and historical Christology has appeared in the Journal of Early Christian History, the Japan Mission Journal, and the Journal of European Baptist Studies. Chandler serves as an adjunct professor at Atlanta Bible College and is a member of the Association of Ancient Historians, and the American Historical Association. He lives in the United States.

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