Clinton Bennett is Associate Professor of Ministry and Living Traditions at the Unification Theological Seminary. An ordained Baptist minister, he has served as a missionary in Bangladesh, as a university chaplain, as associate pastor of a multi-racial congregation, on the executive staff of the British Council of Churches, and in academic appointments at Westminster College, Oxford and Baylor University, Texas. He was a consultant to the World Council of Churches and is a member of the UPF Global Council and an Ambassador for Peace. He has assisted mosques with funding, planning and charity registration, building bridges in his chosen specializa­tion, Christian-Muslim relations. Author of numerous articles and of six books, he received his PhD in 1990 from Birmingham University, UK.

Beyond Religious Discord: The Divine Principle in Inter-Religious Perspective
Problems and Possibilities of Church Growth: Towards a Unification Critique