Tyler Wigg-Stevenson chairs the Global Task Force on Nuclear Weapons for the World Evangelical Alliance, which is the global voice for more than 600 million evangelicals across 129 national alliances. He also founded the Two Futures Project. He is the author of Brand Jesus, Fighting for Peace, and the award-winning The World Is Not Ours To Save. A former Baptist minister, Tyler is presently a postulant for Anglican orders in the Diocese of Toronto, where he serves as an associate pastor at a downtown parish. He holds degrees from Swarthmore College and Yale Divinity School and is a doctoral student in theology at the University of Toronto. Tyler is married to Natalie, a theologian, and they have a daughter.