Junius Johnson is an independent scholar, musician, and writer with expertise in historical and systematic theology. He holds a BA from Oral Roberts University (English Lit), an MAR from Yale Divinity School (Historical Theology), and an MA, two MPhils, and a PhD (Philosophical Theology) from Yale University. He is the author of Christ and Analogy: The Christocentric Metaphysics of Hans Urs von Balthasar (Fortress Press, 2010), Patristic and Medieval Atonement Theory: A Guide to Research (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), Bonaventure on the Eucharist: Commentary on the Sentences, Book IV, dist. 8-13 (Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations, 2017), and The Father of Lights: A Theology of Beauty (Baker Academic, 2020), as well as numerous academic articles. An engaging speaker and teacher, he is a frequent guest contributor to blogs and podcasts on faith and culture.