Myles Werntz

Myles Werntz is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology at Logsdon Seminary, Hardin-Simmons University. He is the author of Bodies of Peace: Nonviolence, Ecclesiology, and Witness (Fortress, 2014), and the editor of four other volumes in theology and ethics.

Recent Essays

Christian Anarchy Come of Age: Dorothy Day and the Common Good

In Journey Films’ documentary, Dorothy Day: Revolution of the Heart, Day is reintroduced to a new audience, emphasizing Day not as a patron saint of the poor or primarily as a woman of deep Benedictine piety, but as a Christian anarchist.

The Saint of the City Goes Rural: Dorothy Day and the Life of the Land

In the Christian imagination, Dorothy Day looms as one of the 20th century’s great saints. A Communist convert to Christianity and co-founder of the...