Anchored by a diverse group of Leading Voices and our Writing Team/Writing Fellows, Missio Alliance Writing Collectives provide space for resourcing and conversation among theological practitioners in the areas of Culture, Formation, Global Church, Theology, and Witness. Today, we’re glad to announce the newest member of our Writing Team, Miranda Zapor Cruz!
Miranda Zapor Cruz is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Indiana Wesleyan University, teaching courses in systematic theology, ecclesiology, church history, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and American and global Christianity. Her research, writing, and speaking focus on faith and politics, religious nationalism, and theological foundations for justice. She is also a preacher with a deep love for the church and sees her teaching and writing as a ministry in service of the Kingdom of God. Miranda holds a Ph.D. in Religion, Politics, and Society from Baylor University, an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a BA in Religion from Whitworth University. Miranda lives in Indiana with her husband and daughter.