Darren C. Marks (DPhil, University of Oxford) is assistant professor of Theology and Jewish Studies at Huron University College at the University of Western Ontario. He holds degrees in science and theology from the University of Toronto and advanced degrees in theology from the University of Oxford. He has also studied at the Friedrich Wilhelms Universitat (Bonn). He is the author of over a dozen articles in systematic theology and the author/editor of several texts in theology including Blackwell Companion to Protestantism, Shaping a Theological Mind, and Shaping a Global Theological Mind. His primary research area is contemporary systematic theology, although his doctoral work dealt with nineteenth-century German Protestant theology. Dr. Marks is currently the North American Review Editor for the Journal of Anglican Studies and is director for the Centre for Public Theology in Canada. He has been invited as a Luce Hall conversationalist to the Centre of Theological Inquiry (Princeton) and is now a fellow of the Centre for Advanced Holocaust Studies in Washington D.C. His research interests include global theology, public theology, Jewish-Christian relationships, and science and theology.