Lee H. Butler Jr. is a professor of theology and psychology at Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS). He is founder of the Center for the Study of Black Faith and Life at CTS, past president and life member of the Society for the Study of Black Religion, and past chairperson of the Committee on Race and Ethnicity in Theological Education (CORE—a standing committee of The Association of Theological Schools). He is also a member of the Association of Black Psychologists, the Society for Pastoral Theology, and the American Academy of Religion. Butler is the author of Loving Home: Caring for African American Marriage and Family (Pilgrim Press, 2000), Liberating our Dignity, Saving Our Souls (Chalice Press, 2006), and Listen, My Son: Wisdom to Help African American Fathers (Abingdon Press, 2010). He received his Master of Divinity from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, his Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary, and his Master of Philosophy and PhD from Drew University.