Cyril Orji is Associate Professor of theology at the University of Dayton, Ohio, USA. He specializes in systematic and fundamental theology with particular emphasis on the theology and philosophy of Bernard Lonergan, whom he brings into conversation with the works of the American pragmatist and semiotician Charles Sanders Peirce. Dr Orji also collaborates in inter-religious dialogue and the intersection of religion and culture – inculturation, post-colonial critical theory, and Black and African theologies – and engages in communal practices of communicative theology in the development of local/contextual theologies. He has published numerous articles in various peer-reviewed journals, and is the author of A Semiotic Approach to the Theology of Inculturation (2015), An Introduction to Religious and Theological Studies (2015), The Catholic University and the Search for Truth (2013), and Ethnic and Religious Conflicts in Africa: An Analysis of Bias and Conversion Based on the Work of Bernard Lonergan (2008). Joseph Ogbonnaya is Assistant Professor of Theology at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He is the author of the books Lonergan, Social Transformation and Sustainable Human Development (2013) and African Catholicism and Hermeneutics of Culture (2014), and co-edited The Church as Salt and Light: Towards an African Ecclesiology of Communion, and Abundant Life (2011).