The Rev. Dr. Oscar García-Johnson (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is currently the Academic Dean of the Latino Center and Associate Professor of Theology and Latinx Studies at Fuller Seminary. García-Johnson is an "activist-scholar" who theorizes from living religious experiences. He is an ordained American Baptist minister, was an ABCLA regional minister; he has planted four churches. He uses decolonial theories in the fields of theology, religion, ministry, and cultural studies to reinvent Christian identity in the global space. His most recent book, Spirit Outside the Gate (InterVarsity Academic, 2019), shows a variety of disciplines that intertwine and enrich the fields of religion, cultural studies, philosophical theology, postcolonial / Latin studies, Latin American / Latinx studies. , world Christianity, and global leadership. His earlier book, Theology Without Borders, co-authored with William Dyrness (BakerAcademic, 2015), presents trans-western studies as a theological epistemology aligned with the epistemic shift occurring globally in postcolonial studies.