Luke Cawley is the author of The Myth of the Non-Christian: Engaging Atheists, Nominal Christians and the Spiritual But Not Religious and Campus Lights: Students Living and Speaking for Jesus Around the World. He also coedited and contributed to Healthy Faith and the Coronavirus Crisis: Thriving in the COVID-19 Pandemic.
What he writes flows from his work as director of Chrysolis, a small non-profit organization he helped start in 2012 with the aim of engaging a diverse range of people in conversation about the story of Jesus and his possible relevance for today. Much of his time with Chrysolisis spent interacting with audiences in universities, schools, bars, cafés, theatres, and anywhere else he's invited. He's a regular speaker at conferences and other events around the world.
Luke has a BA in English literature from Cardiff University, an MA in leadership and evangelism from Wheaton College, and a certificate in theological and pastoral studies (concentrated in Christian Apologetics) from Oxford University. He is married to Whitney and they have three young children.