Myles Werntz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Theology, Abilene Christian University
Myles Werntz is the Director of Baptist Studies and Associate Professor of Theology in the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University. He is the author and editor of several works, most recently A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence (with David Cramer), and From Isolation to Community: A Renewed Vision for Christian Life Together (both Baker Academic, 2022). He writes broadly on issues of migration, Christianity and war, and social ethics, and is currently engaged in a long-term grant project on migration and early Christianity.
Myles is a graduate of Baylor University (Ph.D., M.Div.), and Ouachita Baptist University (B.A.), and has taught in seminaries across Texas and Florida. He, his spouse Sarah Martin-Werntz, and their two sons, live in Abilene, Texas.
Migration As Described Within the Christian Tradition, Conflict and Religion - Nonviolence and Its Ongoing Legacy, Intentional Communities/Ecclesiology, 20th Century Christian Ethics, Theological Retrieval of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Dorothy Day