Ken Lenz is a published author and music arranger whose interests include Biblical hermeneutics (interpretation) and Christian apologetics (evidences). He has served as a hospice chaplain, and as an assistant pastor and minister of music in several churches. He has taught in Bible colleges and writes in the area of New Testament interpretation. Currently he is writing a book on baptism, harmonizing the four Gospels into one narrative, organizing Proverbs thematically, and transcribing Renaissance motets into modern music notation.
He received undergraduate degrees in the areas of Christian education and sacred music, and a graduate degree in the area of pastoral training from Moody Bible Institute (Chicago, Ill.). He also holds a bachelor's degree in music from Nyack College and a master's degree in music from Cleveland State University. Other graduate studies and doctoral work were done at New York State University and Arizona State University. Currently Mr. Lenz is in a Ph.D. program with the American Conservatory of Music.