Micah Kiel, Ph.D., dedicates his considerable expertise to illustrating Scripture’s relevance in modern society.
Kiel, a professor of theology at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa, focuses his research and writing on relating the Bible to contemporary issues such as our environmental crisis and women’s roles in the church.
His publications display his commitment to the Catholic intellectual community. In addition to many articles in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at national Biblical studies conferences, Kiel published his book Reading the Bible in the Age of Francis in 2019. He wrote Apocalyptic Ecology during his 2015 sabbatical as a Collegeville Institute resident scholar.
Kiel graduated from Saint John’s with a music degree and spent a year volunteering with local students in Belize. He also regularly teaches a study abroad course in Greece. He received his M.Div and Ph.D in New Testament Theology from Princeton.
Kiel is also involved in his parish and is president of the board at the Café on Vine. Whose mission is to feed the homeless.