Mick Wall is the UK's best-known rock writer, author and TV and radio programme maker, and is the author of numerous critically-acclaimed books, including definitive, bestselling titles on Led Zeppelin (When Giants Walked the Earth), Metallica (Enter Night), AC/DC (Hell Ain't a Bad Place To Be), Black Sabbath (Symptom of the Universe), Lou Reed, The Doors (Love Becomes a Funeral Pyre) and Foo Fighters. He lives in England.http://www.mickwall.com/home.htmhttp://www.mickwall.com/blog/blog.phphttps://twitter.com/WallMick
Peter Watson was born in 1943 and educated at the universities of Durham, London and Rome. He was deputy editor of New Society and spent four years as part of the 'Insight' team of The Sunday Times. He was New York correspondent of The Times and has written for the Observer, The New York Times, Punch and The Spectator. He is the author of thirteen books and has presented several television programmes about the arts. Since 1998 he has been a Research Associate at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, at the University of Cambridge.
Barrie Wilson is Professor of Humanities and Religious Studies at York University in Toronto, where he teaches courses on the Dead Sea Scrolls, the formation of Early Christianity and Second Temple literature. He studied philosophy at Columbia University and the University of Toronto, as well as attending theological seminaries in New York and Toronto. He joined York University in 1975, where he taught philosophy and helped to establish a religious studies programme. He is the author of a number of academic works, but HOW JESUS BECAME A CHRISTIAN was his first book for the general reader, the result of many years' fascination and involvement with the inconsistencies of early Christianity. He lives in Toronto