ANDREW PINSENT is Research Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at the Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford. Formerly a particle physicist on the DELPHI experiment at CERN, he has a doctorate in physics, degrees in philosophy and theology, and a second doctorate in philosophy. A major theme of his research is second-person (I-Thou) relatedness in science, philosophy, and theology. His publications include work in virtue ethics, neurotheology, science and religion, the philosophy of the person, insight, divine action, and the nature of evil. At Oxford, he has been Principal Investigator for more than £6M of research grants for projects involving scholars in more than forty countries. He is a regular contributor to public engagement with science and faith issues.
JULIE ARLISS is the founder of Academy Conferences, which runs the largest series of national conferences for GCSE, A-level, and academically gifted pupils at schools in Australasia and the UK. She is Chair of the Independent Schools Religious Studies Association, and on the CPD team for one of the leading UK examination boards. She has taught philosophy, religion, and ethics in UK schools for over thirty years and is currently working on blended learning resources for a post-COVID-19 world.