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School of Arts & Humanities Faculty 

Rev. Aquiles E. Martinez
Professor of Religion picture of Dr. Martinez
Coordinator, Religion Studies Program

Academic Degrees
M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
M.A.T.S., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
Ph.D., University of Denver/The Iliff School of Theology

Teaching and Scholarly Interests:

Ancient Israel, Early Christianity, Hermeneutics

Recent Scholarship

"Mordecai and Esther: Migration Lessons from Persian Soil,"
     Journal of the Latin American Theology: Christian Reflections from the Latino
4.1 (2009): 16-50.

Timoteo y Tito (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2008).

"The Immigration Controversy and Romans 13:1-7,
     Apuntes: reflexiones teológicas desde el margen  hispano 27, no. 4 (Winter, 2007):

"On Sheep and Goats: The Treatment of Foreigners According to Jesus
     (Matthew 25:31-46), 
Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology (2007).

"Jesus, the Immigrant Child: A Diasporic Reading of Matthew 2:1-23,"
     Apuntes 26, no. 3
(Fall, 2006): 84-114.

Introduccion Al Nuevo Testamento (Abingdon Press, 2006).

El Bautismo--Puetra de Entrada a Una Nueva Vida En Cristo--Manual de Estudio
(Bilingue) /Baptism--Doorway to a New Life in Christ: a Study Manual (Bilingual)
     (Discipleship Resources, 2004).
Despues De Damasco: El Apostol Pablo Desde Una Perspectiva Latina
 (Abingdon Press, 2004).

"I enjoy Reinhardt because it has given me the freedom and support to be creative in my teaching, research, and writing; to minister to the church and society in practical ways; to mentor students on a one-to-one basis and learn from them; and to provide them with the tools to be critical thinkers, faith-lead individuals, and leaders and agents of social change." Rev. Dr. Martinez

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