Robert Osburn

Robert Osburn – Author

Robert Osburn is a Senior Fellow with Wilberforce International Institute and trains international students to be redemptive change agents in their home societies. He has a BA from the University of Michigan, a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a PhD in international education from the University of Minnesota.

He is the author of Taming the Beast: Can We Bridle the Culture of Corruption? (2016) and speaks and writes frequently on corruption, wealth development, comparative worldviews, and discipleship for redemptive change. He has been married to Susan for 45 years. They have four sons and 11 grandchildren, and reside in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.


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David Marshall

Dr. David Marshall is an educator who has taught in America, China, Japan and Taiwan. He has lectured in many countries, and often writes at The Stream.David Marshall returned to Seattle from teaching Chinese students how to do research in January 2020, and was then stranded by Covid.After riots broke out in late spring, he wrote an ebook entitled “Letter to a ‘Racist’ Nation, explaining the Woke movement from the perspectives of culture, education, and religious history, with added background supplied by his 40-year police veteran older brother, Steve Marshall.


Vishal Mangalwadi

Prof. Dr. Vishal Mangalwadi studied philosophy in Indian universities, Hindu Ashrams and L’abri Fellowship in Switzerland. Along with his wife, Ruth, he founded a community to serve the rural poor in central India and organized lower castes as a political force. Several of Vishal’s 21 books have been translated into 16 languages. Six of them have been taught at university level. William Carey International University honored him as a Legum Doctor. From 2014-16, he served as an Honorary Professor of Applied Theology at the Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences in Allahabad (UP) India. Vishal and Ruth have two daughters and six grandchildren.