Suzanne Bray is Professor of English Studies at Lille Catholic University. She specializes in literature and theology in twentieth-century Britain and has published extensively on C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Dorothy L. Sayers. Her most recent publication is a collection of the (previously unpublished) talks delivered by Dorothy L. Sayers on the BBC during the Second World War, The Christ of the Creeds. She is a lay Reader in the Church of England. Richard Sturch is a priest in the Church of England and a former senior lecturer in theology at the University of Nigeria, the Open University and the London School of Theology. He is also the secretary of the Charles Williams Society. He publishes regularly on the philosophy of religion and on Charles Williams and J.R.R. Tolkien. His latest book, From World to God?: Or, New Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, was published by Wipf and Stock in 2007.