Ph. D. University of St. Michael's College, Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto
M.A. University of St. Michael's College, Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto.
M.T.S. Tyndale University College & Wycliffe College
BRE Tyndale University College (Delta Epsilon Xi, Cum Laude)
Néstor Medina, married to Samia Saad, is a Guatemalan-Canadian member of various academic organizations. He completed his bachelor’s degree Cum Laude from BRE Tyndale University . He focuses on the areas of theology and culture, specifically interculturality. He has extensive experience working in various geographic and cultural contexts, and more recently, he has been teaching courses on Theology and Culture and Interculturality. In addition to publishing numerous articles on Latina/o theology, theology and culture, and Pentecostalism, he is also the author of Mestizaje: (Re)Mapping ‘Race,’ Culture, and Faith in Latina/o Catholicism (Orbis, 2009). Presently, he is working on a sequel to his first book, and another on a Pneumatology of culture. Among his research interests, he explores the intersection of liberation theologies, theology and culture, popular religion, post-de-colonial debates, Pentecostalism among Latinas/os, and issues of interculturality.