Names include seasoned professors--Tom Nettles, Bruce Ware, Thomas Schriner, and Stephen Wellum--professors all at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (the majority of the contributors are affiliated with Southern). The author of the chapter on Limited Atonement, David Schrock, is presently a PhD candidate at the same seminary as well as pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Seymour, Indiana.
Given Dr. David Allen's devastating rejoinder to Schrock, one wonders if Founders Press is now wishing it had secured the services of one of Southern's tenured professors to have taken a shot at overturning Dr. Allen's definitive critique of High Calvinism's theologically repugnant doctrine--definite atonement. Even if it had, however, there seems little hope Founders-type Calvinists could ever convince biblically literate people that their case exists for a theologically-sound, biblically-driven position that the gospel of Jesus Christ remains exclusively for an elite, elect people.
If you haven't read Allen's series, here's your chance: