Born and raised in Uruguay, Esteban Miranda developed a deep love for theology at an early age. Heavily influenced by his father, a pioneer pastor for the Church of God, Dr. Miranda’s inquisitive mind led him to question the Bible’s view of social justice. In his ThM thesis on ethical accountability and the theology of betrayal, he was able to tackle these issues focusing on the Hebrew Bible’s approach to ethics. Miranda is currently a writing consultant as well as affiliate professor of theology.
“Mystery. Latin America.” In Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Vol. 20. New York: De Gruyter, 2022.
Review of The Life and Witness of Jeremiah: A Prophet for Today, by Larry R. Helyer. The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics 8 (2020).
Review of We the People: Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus, by Tommy Givens. The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics 7 (2019).
“Church and Politics in the Global South.” In Encyclopedia of Christianity in the Global South, edited by Mark A. Lamport. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.
Review of Just Immigration: American Policy in Christian Perspective, by Mark Amstutz. The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics 5 (2017).