Wesley J. Wildman is Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics and Professor in the Faculty of Computing and Data Sciences at Boston University. He is a philosopher specializing in the scientific study of complex human social systems. Author or editor of 20 books and 150 articles and book chapters, his research and publications pursue a multidisciplinary, comparative approach to practical and philosophical questions surrounding pressing social problems. He is Executive Director of the Center for Mind and Culture, an organization devoted to non-partisan scientific research into the mind-culture nexus (<a href="http://www.mindandculture.org/">www.mindandculture.org</a>), and founding co-editor of the Taylor & Francis journal <em>Religion, Brain & Behavior</em>. He is principal investigator on a variety of research initiatives, including some that apply tools from computer modeling and simulation to the scientific study of religion.