Melissa C. Askew is music director at Midway Christian Church in Midway, Kentucky. She is interested in finding effective methods to bring people together through their differences in worship preferences. She received her Master of Music in Church Music degree from Campbellsville University in 2011.
Richard E. Corum is Associate Dean and Professor of Business Administration at Campbellsville University. He holds a doctorate from Nova Southeastern University and has been a member of the Campbellsville University faculty since 2005. Corum has authored two textbooks, one novel, and several research articles. He is producer and host for a weekly radio program at Campbellsville Christian Church.
Robert L. Doty is Professor of English Emeritus, having come to Campbellsville in 1973, and has taught in London, England,
for the Private College Consortium for International Studies. He continues to be active in the life of Campbellsville University and is a member of the Editorial Board of The Campbellsville Review.
Joel F. Drinkard, Jr. is Senior Scholar and Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Campbellsville University. He retired in 2008 after twenty-five years at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as Professor of Old Testament and Archaeology, and Curator of the Joseph A. Callaway Archaeological Museum. He has written widely in the areas of Old Testament, Hebrew, and Biblical Archaeology.
Suzan Johnson Cook has been United States Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Liberty since May 2011. She has spoken on five continents promoting religious tolerance and helping to build bridges between people of different faiths. Johnson Cook has served as a pastor in the Bronx and as a chaplain for the New York Police Department.
Larry Kreitzer is Tutorial Fellow in New Testament and Tutor for Graduates in Regent's Park College, a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford. He has published widely in Pauline Studies, Christology and literature, film and Christianity, and early Baptists in England.
Judith Collins McCormick is Associate Professor of English at Campbellsville University, where she has been a member of the faculty since 2006. She holds a doctorate from the University of Kentucky and has served on the editorial board for The Campbellsville Review and the Russell Creek Review. Her most recent creative work has appeared in the The Oklahoma Review.
Jean Oostens has enjoyed a distinguished career as educator and researcher in his native Belgium, in France and in the United States, with positions in Saclay (France), University of California at Los Angeles and Berkeley, Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, University of Cincinnati, Lindsey-Wilson College, and Campbellsville University. He holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Paris- Sud. Now retired, Oostens continues to be active in research at the Los Alamos Research Laboratory and is Secretary of the Science Teachers Alliance, South-Central Kentucky.
Deborah Rooke is Research Fellow, Centre for Christianity and Culture, Regent's Park College, a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford. Her research interests are cult and ritual in the Old Testament, Feminist and gendered readings in the Old Testament, and use of Old Testament texts in Handel's oratorios. Her book Sacred Drama: The Use of the Old Testament in Handel's Israelite Oratorios was recently published by Oxford University Press.
Glen Edward Taul is Archivist for Campbellsville University. He has been with Campbellsville since 2009. He is the author of many articles related to Kentucky and Appalachian history. Taul holds a Ph.D. in American history from the University of Kentucky.