Rev. Aquiles E. Martinez
Professor of Religion
Coordinator, Religion Studies Program
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
"Mordecai and Esther: Migration Lessons from Persian Soil,"
Journal of the Latin American Theology: Christian Reflections from the Latino
South 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