J. Daryl Charles
J. Daryl Charles is a professor of Bible, Theology & Christian Thought at Bryan College. He received his MA from Southern California College and his PhD from Westminster Theological Seminary. He was Associate Professor of Religion and Ethics at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and has also taught at Princeton and Taylor Universities. His main interests are in Christian ethics and the just war tradition, and he explored applications of the tradition to terrorism while he was a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Faith & Learning at Baylor University. Dr. Charles has authored a number of scholarly books and commentaries including Between Pacifism and Jihad: Just War and the Christian (InterVarsity Press, forthcoming); 1-2 Peter, Jude in the Expositor’s Bible Commentary, rev. ed. (Zondervan, forthcoming), and The Unformed Conscience of Evangelicalism (InterVarsity Press, 2002). More information about Dr. Charles can be found at the Institute for the Theology of Culture of Multnomah Biblical Seminary.