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Neil Ormerod is Professor of Theology at Australian Catholic University. He is widely published in Australia and internationally in the area of Lonergan studies, with particular interest in the doctrine of the Trinity, and historical ecclesiology. His most recent works are Globalization and the Mission of the Church (T&T Clark, 2009) with Pentecostal theologian Shane Clifton, and A Trinitarian Primer (St Pauls, 2010). Robin Koning SJ is a Jesuit priest and part of the faculty at Jesuit Theological College, Melbourne. He teaches systematic theology at the United Faculty of Theology within the Melbourne College of Divinity. His doctoral work was in the interface of cultural anthropology and theology, looking particularly at the work of Clifford Geertz and Bernard Lonergan. He is also National Ecclesial Assistant for the Christian Life Community in Australia. David Braithwaite SJ is a Jesuit Scholastic of the Australian Province. He has degrees in philosophy, public policy, international relations and theology. Currently he is teaching at St. Aloysius’ College, Milson’s Point and will return to Jesuit Theological College in 2011 to begin a Masters’ thesis in Fundamental Theology.