George D. Chryssides is a Christian author and lecturer, who has been involved in interfaith dialogue for several decades. He has written extensively on religious themes, particularly new and minority religions, as well as the Christian faith. He studied in Glasgow and Oxford, and has taught at several British universities, including York St John University, where he is currently Visiting Research Fellow. His recent publications have included Christians in the Twenty-First Century (with Margaret Z. Wilkins, 2011), The Study of Religion (with Ron Geaves, 2 ed., 2013), Jehovah’s Witnesses: Continuity and Change (2016), as well as two other dialogue books co-authored with Dan Cohn-Sherbok and Dawoud El-Alami. He lives in multifaith Walsall; a member of the Church of England, he attends Lichfield Cathedral regularly.
Terror and Religion brings together leading academics – Rabbi, Dan Cohn-Sherbok, Christian author and lecturer, George D. Chryssides, and Islamic scholar Dawoud El-Alami – in a dialogue that engages with the most pressing questions of our time.