Leadership & Staff
- Board of Academic Fellows
- Board of Directors
- Ecclesiastical Advisory Board
- Physics Advisory Board
- Forum Experts
Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. (Philosophy of Science)
Michael Barber, Ph.D., John Paul the Great (Theology – Jesus)
Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., Ph.D., Fordham University (Philosophy)
Steven Barr, Ph.D., University of Delaware (Physics – Evidence for God)
Francis Beckwith, Ph.D., Baylor University (Philosophy – Existence of God)
Michael Murray, Ph.D., KU (Physics – Evidence for God)
Robert Kurland, Ph.D., formerly Harvard and Carnegie Melon (Physics, Evidence for God)
Dr. John V. Robinson, Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University (Nuclear Physics)
Timothy R. Busch, J.D., CPA
Chairman of the Board
Founder and President of the Pacific Hospitality Group, LLC
CEO/President, Foremost Communities
Joseph and Gena Columbus
Gonzaga University Board of Regents
Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Insight Investments Corp
R. Scott French, MD, FACEP, MBA
CEO Healthy Life Journey
Former Chief Marketing Officer of J.P. Morgan Chase
Retired Chairman and CEO of STR Inc.
Former President & COO Quest Diagnostics
Fr. Joe Koterski, S.J., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Fordham University
Dean of the School of Natural & Applied Sciences, Professor of Biology, Franciscan University
Retired Executive, Sempra Energy
President & CEO, CaptiveAire
Board President of the Right to Life League
Former Director of Operations for Magis Center
Former CEO of Psomas Engineering
Fr. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.
Founder and President of Magis Center
Former Chairman and CEO of NMC Group
Chairman Emeritus at Zinc Air, Inc.
Cardinal George Pell – Former Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy
Archbishop Charles Chaput – Archdiocese of Philadelphia (retired)
Archbishop Jose Gomez – Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Bishop Kevin Vann – Diocese of Orange
Stephen Barr, Ph.D.
University of Delaware, Department of Physics (Specializations: Particle Physics, Elementary Particle Theory, Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theories, Cosmology)
Robert Scherrer, Ph.D.
Vanderbilt University; Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy (Specializations: Cosmology, especially particle physics in the early universe, dark energy and dark matter, and primordial element production)
Daniel Spicer, Ph.D.
NASA/GSFC; Senior Scientist, Laboratory for Solar and Space Physics (Specializations: Mathematical Codification of Electromagnetics)
Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.
Magis Center of Reason and Faith, President (Specializations: Philosophy of Science – Time theory, Hilbertean Proofs, Connection between physics and metaphysics)
Karl A. van Bibber, Ph.D.
Naval Postgraduate School, Vice President and Dean of Research (Specializations: experimental nuclear and high energy physics, searches for dark matter)
Theresa Alloy, Ph.D. (Biochemistry, University of Louisville School of Medicine)
Art Bennett, M.A. (Counseling Psychology, Santa Clara University)
Deacon Robert Hesse, Ph.D. (Physical Chemistry, Saint Louis University)
Robert J. Kurland, Ph.D. (Chemical Physics, Harvard University)
Christina Lynch, Psy.D. (Institute for Psychological Sciences Divine Mercy University)
Deacon Rex Herbert Pilger, Ph.D. (Marine Geophysics, University of Southern California)
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