Dr. Aaron Rosen is a curator, writer, and scholar. He taught at Columbia, Yale, and Oxford Universities after receiving his PhD from Cambridge. He is director of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary and visiting professor at King's College London. Rosen is the author of many books, including Art & Religion in the 21st Century. He has provided commentary for various publications and outlets, including the Guardian, the Los Angeles Times, CNN.com, PBS, and the BBC. He lives with his wife, Rev. Dr. Carolyn Rosen, and their son on the coast of Maine, where he founded the Parsonage Gallery, exploring ecology and spirituality.