Andrew Klager holds a PhD in Religious Studies/History from the University of Glasgow and is on faculty at Trinity Western University (Langley, BC), the University of the Fraser Valley (Abbotsford, BC), Rocky Mountain College (Calgary, AB), and St. Stephen's University (St. Stephen, NB), where he teaches on peace and conflict studies. He is also a Research Associate at the Anabaptist-Mennonite Centre for Faith and Learning at TWU.
He has made presentations at conferences, symposiums, and dialogues across North America and is widely published in various peer-reviewed journals (Journal of Ecumenical Studies; Greek Orthodox Theological Review; Mennonite Quarterly Review; Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies; Conrad Grebel Review; Journal of Mennonite Studies; Journal of Theological Studies [Oxford]; Journal of Religion, Conflict, and Peace; Reformation & Renaissance Review; Direction Journal) and books (Stricken by God? Nonviolent Identification and the Victory of Christ [Eerdmans 2007], Compassionate Eschatology: The Future as Friend [Wipf & Stock, 2011], and Canadian Christian Zionism: A Tangled Tale [Synaxis Press, 2014]) in a number of research fields ranging from early modern European history, peace and conflict studies, Anabaptist-Mennonite studies, interreligious peacebuilding especially in Egypt and the Middle East, peace theology, history of Christianity, 16th-century Reformation and Humanism, the Church fathers (especially St. Gregory of Nyssa), and Eastern Orthodox theology/asceticism.
Andrew is also the editor of the book, From Suffering to Solidarity: The Historical Seeds of Mennonite Interreligious, Interethnic, and International Peacebuilding (Wipf & Stock [Pickwick], 2015). He will also release the book, Why the Creeds Matter: Gregory of Nyssa on the Iconic Function of Christological and Trinitarian Theology (St Macrina Press) later this year.