J. Aaron Simmons (Ph.D., Vanderbilt, 2006) is President of the SCSP, and is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Furman University. Specializing in Philosophy of Religion and Contemporary European Philosophy, Simmons is the (co)author or (co)editor of numerous books: The New Phenomenology: A Philosophical Introduction(Bloomsbury, 2013), Reexamining Deconstruction and Determinate Religion (Duquense, 2012), God and the Other: Ethics and Politics After the Theological Turn (Indiana, 2011), Kierkegaard and Levinas: Ethics, Politics, and Religion (Indiana, 2008). He is also the coeditor of a special issue of Philosophia on "The Virtue of Justice," and is also editing a special issue of the Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory on "Mashup Philosophy of Religion." Currently, Simmons is editing volumes on Kierkegaard studies, contemporary phenomenology, Christian philosophy, and cross-cultural religious understanding. His next monograph will address deconstructive epistemology.
Kevin DeLapp (PhD, Duke University 2006) is Vice President of the SCSP, and is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Converse College, where he holds the Fleming Chair of Philosophy and serves as chair of the department of religion and philosophy. Kevin is the author of Moral Realism (Bloomsbury 2013) as well as several articles in metaethics, cross-cultural philosophy, and moral psychology. He regularly teaches courses in ethics, ancient Greek and Chinese philosophy, and aesthetics, and he is currently working on an edited anthology on lying and truthfulness as well as a monograph on the role that 'monsters' play in philosophical theorizing.,
Benjamin W. McCraw (PhD, University of Georgia 2012) is Secretary-Treasurer of the SCSP, and is instructor of philosophy at University of South Carolina Upstate. Ben is the co-editor of Philosophical Approaches to Evil (Lexington, forthcoming) and Philosophical Approaches to Hell (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming) as well as articles on epistemology and philosophy of religion--especially their intersection in religious epistemology. He regularly teaches courses on ethics, epistemology, philosophy of religion, and logic.