Tyler Wigg-Stevenson is an Associate Priest and the Director of the Ministry Apprenticeship Program (MAP) at St. Paul’s Bloor Street. Prior to entering full-time congregational ministry, he spent most of his career in faith-based advocacy for the abolition of nuclear weapons, as founder of the Two Futures Project and as chair of the World Evangelical Alliance's nuclear weapons task force. He has written extensively in both popular and academic publications, and is the author of three books: Brand Jesus, Fighting for Peace, and the multiple-award-winning The World Is Not Ours To Save. Tyler holds a B.A. from Swarthmore College, an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School, and is pursuing his doctorate in theology at the University of Toronto. He has been married since 2005 to Natalie, a theologian, and they have two daughters.