Niels Henrik Gregersen is professor of systematic theology, University of Copenhagen. Dr. Gregersen holds his PhD from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His two primary research fields are systematic theology and science and religion. He is cofounder and since 2002, executive committee member of the International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR). Since 2003, he has served as chairperson of the Ecumenical Institute in Strasbourg, France, and as a member of the Council of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF). He is author of four books and has edited a dozen volumes in the fields of theology and science and religion.
Wolfhart Pannenberg is emeritus professor of systematic theology at the University of Munich. One of the best-known German theologians, Pannenberg was born in Stettin, Germany, in 1928. He began his theological studies at the University of Berlin after World War II and completed two doctoral dissertations as early as 1953 and 1955. He studied philosophy with Nicolai Hartman, Karl Jaspers, and Karl Loewith, and theology with Karl Barth, Gerhard von Rad, and Edmund Schlink. He lives in Grafeling, Germany.