© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156973207X231833 Notes on Contributors Alison Elliot is Associate Director of the Centre for Th eology and Public Issues, University of Edinburgh, UK. In 2004 she was the ﬁrst female Mod- erator of the General Assembly, Church of Scotland. Formerly an academic psychologist, her publications include Child Language (Cambridge: CUP, 1981) and ‘Putting Spiritual Care at the Centre of the NHS’, Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy , 5 (2002). Doug Gay is Lecturer in Practical Th eology at the University of Glasgow, UK and a Church of Scotland minister. His current research interests include the ‘emerging church’ and Scottish Nationalism. He is co-author of Alternative Worship , with Jonny Baker and Jenny Brown (London/Grand Rapids: SPCK/ Baker, 2003/4). Mario I. Aguilar occupies a Chair in Divinity (Professor of Religion and Politics) and is director of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics, University of St. Andrews, UK. His recent books include Th e History and Politics of Latin America , 3 vols (London: SCM Press, 2007–2008) and A Social History of the Catholic Church in Chile , 9 vols (Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004–2010). Rudolf von Sinner is the Chair
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