Michael Hanby, a theologian, is Assistant Professor of Science and Culture at the John Paul II Institute for Studies of Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of America, where he teaches primarily in the theology, biotechnology, and bioethics specialization. Prior to that, he taught at Baylor University and Villanova University. He is currently working on a book about the doctrine of creation in critical engagement with the Darwinian tradition of evolutionary biology. He is author of AUGUSTINE AND MODERNITY (Routledge: 2003), as well as articles in COMMUNIO, MODERN THEOLOGY, THEOLOGY TODAY, PRO ECCLESIA, and NEW BLACKFRIARS. Professor Hanby and his wife, Stephanie, have two young children and live in Hyattsville, MD.