Kyle did his Ph.D. at Fuller Seminary with Rich Mouw & Jamie Smith (Calvin College) and wrote his dissertation on fasting. He studied existentialism and phenomenology with an eye to society and culture but is now writing on citizenship, social virtues, and healthy interrelations in North American democratic society. Kyle taught theology and Bible at The Kings College, philosophy at Azusa Pacific University, and ethics at Providence Christian College. He also had a stint as the Reviews Editor over at Comment Magazine.
Kyle's first book Practices of Love: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life of the World released from Brazos Press in August, 2017 (#practicesoflove). His next project looks at the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23) and our need for healing gestures and expressions in North American democratic discourse. It's tentatively titled "Practices of Hope: Fruits of the Spirit for the Healing of Shared Spaces."