1. Paul Clavier  (École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France) – Belief in a Revelation: a social division of belief
  2. Gabriele De Anna (University of Bamberg, Germany; and University of Udine, Italy) – How can we know a transcendent reality?
  3. Marek Dobrzeniecki (The Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Warsaw, Poland) – Is the fact that other people believe in God a reason to believe? Remarks on the “Consensus Gentium” Argument
  4. John Greco  (Saint Louis Univćersity, USA) – Social Religious Epistemology
  5. Miłosz Hołda   (The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, Poland) – The Idea of Perfect Religious Beliefs
  6. Winfried Löffler   (University of Innsbruck, Austria) – Religious Beliefs as World-View Beliefs
  7. Roger Pouivet (University of  Lorraine, France) – Reason, Faith, and Humility
  8.  Duncan Pritchard (University of  Edinburgh, Scotland) – Faith and Reason
  9.  Bruce Alan Russell (Wayne State University, USA) – Against Proper Functioning, For Inference to the Best Explanation and How It Supports Atheism
  10.  Christian Weidemann (University of Innsbruck, Austria) – Does a Rational Theist Need a Theodicy?

(The list will be continuosly updated)